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10 Pcs 12 Gauge Red Waterproof ATC Fuse Holder with 3A-40A Pack of 25 ATC Blade Style Fuses

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10 Pcs 12 Gauge Red Waterproof ATC Fuse Holder with 3A-40A Pack of 25 ATC Blade Style Fuses

The Universal 12 Gauge ATC Fuse Holder with Cover by The Wires Zone. This product is made from high-grade materials to meet the strictest standards of high quality. Designed with the utmost care and attention to detail, this product by Install Bay ensures superior reliability. It provides long-lasting and trouble-free service life. It comes with The Wires Zone ATC Blade Style Fuses (3A, 5A, 7.5A, 10A, 20A, 30A, and 40A) Amperage. Fits all standard ATC fuse blocks and fuse holders. Translucent housing makes it easy to inspect the fuse element's condition. It comes in a convenient pack of 25.


  • ATC Blade Fuse
  • 3A, 5A, 7.5A, 10A, 20, 30, & 40A AMP rated fuses
  • Fast-acting type fuses ideal for electronic devices
  • Tin-plated connector blades for corrosion resistance
  • Package of 25
  • In-Line ATC Fuse Holder for 12 AWG Cable
  • Fuse holder has an attached cover
  • Accepts ATC Fuse
  • Cable gauge: 12 AWG
  • Red cable jacket
  • Package contains 10 pieces

  • 10 Pcs  ATC Fuse Holder
  • Pack of 25 3A-40A ATC Blade Style Fuses

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