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Old 07-15-2007, 02:27 PM
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Need info on the best aftermarket Fuse Box.

I am not a hot rodder, so please forgive what is probably a dumb question.

I have a 1990 Ferrari with what has to be the worst designed fuse box in any vehicle since the 1920's. I am hoping to upgrade this to a well sorted out Fuse Box that you folks have used and has proven to work well.

The good new is that I have a good deal of space to work with...the bad news is that the current fuse box holds about 24 circuits. 12V.

Thanks in advance for all the suggestions.

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Bill

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Old 07-15-2007, 03:08 PM
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I'd call Ron Francis and see what they can do. Sales 800-292-1940
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Here's another one:


ezwiring.com


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Thanks to everyone. If this works, I would imagine a bunch of us making this conversion.

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are the EZ wiring kits very good they seem to inexpensive, compared to the painless kits, has anyone used one of these kits
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