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Date Registered: 02-2011
Location: Caboolture, QLD
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Piggy Back Blade Fuse Holders


Hi Guys,
           Only came across these today in a truck we were working on. They had be fitted by the people who installed the light bars and UHF radio. Basically you remove a blade fuse, plug this in it's place, plug that fuse into the first set of contacts, and a second fuse upto 10 amps into the second set. Join your UHF radio, DRL's ect to the cable via a bullet or spade. Very neat and tidy, no cutting, crimping ect, and you know where the volts is coming from. They are available from Oz Led here in Brisbane on Ph: 07 3205 4355. Couldn't find a picture on their website so you can view them here.. They are available in standard or miniblade.

John

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Date Registered: 09-2005
Location: Wishart Queensland
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Sweet, but you could have found them before I did my DLR's mate, would have made it so much easier.

Only kidding, looks like a great little add on.

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Date Registered: 01-2013
Location: South West, WA
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hi guys, might be a bit late (but you get that)

they are called "add a fuse" and you can see them on fleabay here http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313&_nkw=add+a+fuse&_sacat=0&_from=R40

not many australians know about them (and they are certainly very hard to find in shops). i learned about them from a radar detector forum (that i am part of the admin staff)

if you want more details about them (eg, the way they work) leave a note here

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Date Registered: 11-2010
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Hi, so I've seen a few people mention these in other threads on here.

So essentially are you powering your hard wired devices from the cable? I also heard people mention this in the DIY topic under steering wheel control lights. Is this what they were referring to?

I've got a magnetic Bluetooth hands free device that I got for my birthday. It is powered by a USB port that came with a 12v adapter. Basically it's very messy having all the wires around so I thought about hard wiring it somehow. Seems this could be an option...

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Griz84 wrote:
So essentially are you powering your hard wired devices from the cable?



Yes, what you do is remove an active fuse and slot the piggy back fuse blade in its place which has 2 slots, one for the original fuse and the other slot is what will power up your connection. Very easy and neat. I used it in the Mercedes as well to power-up the Daytime Running LEDs.



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