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Raptor R5MANL - Pro Series Mini-ANL Fuse Holder 4 Or 8 AWG Input/Output

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Raptor R5MANL - Pro Series Mini-ANL Fuse Holder

Universal Pro Series Mini-ANL Fuse Holder (R5MANL) by Raptor. Water Resistant. 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 Raptor's product ensures superior reliability. It provides long lasting and trouble-free service life.

  • 4 or 8 AWG Input/Output
  • Water Resistant
  • Single MANL fuse location
  • Hard Satin Nickel-plated for added durability and sleek modern look
  • Resistant to corrosion with weather proof housing
  • Durable injection molded smoke tinted housing that is heat-resistant for under hood use
  • Removable screw covers for easy wire insertion and to prevent fraying
  • High current capability
  • Designed to get your audio/video equipment up and running
  • Manufactured from premium materials for immense quality
  • Made to be tough-as-nails to survive punishing conditions
  • Will provide years of reliable function and superior value


Vehicle Fitment 

This part is universal

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