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i had a few of these years ago but sold them with the vehicles they were in. Now I need another one and I can't find it any where for sale. Help! Anybody seen them?

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Toolmaker metalworkz might have some similar. Will be more expensive but way better product.
 

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I think this will help http://bit.ly/1utl4iy

Or is this somehow different from a normal distribution block
I need 0 guage in. Mini anl 4 guage outs. With the same for grounds. I've googled. Thanks for wasting time.
 

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Toolmaker metalworkz might have some similar. Will be more expensive but way better product.
I don't know why street wires dropped this one. It's a great set up. Let me see if I can find the metalworkz guy.
 

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Found him. He doesn't have fused stuff listed online. A lot of cool input stuff thou.
 

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I think because it's not a good product. How do you think you can split 4 4awg off 1 0/1.

If I was splitting into 2 4awg then yes. 4 seems to much
 

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I think because it's not a good product. How do you think you can split 4 4awg off 1 0/1.

If I was splitting into 2 4awg then yes. 4 seems to much
It's a bad product because it allows options? You can easy split 4 4 gauges from 1/0. Cut the wire and hook them up. That simple. But It depends on what you using them for to clarify if the 1/0 could keep up. In my case it will be for things that will never run at the same time. On top of the fact I could run bigger then 1/0 into that block and smaller then 4 with the adapters that come with.

I think I may just go with something like this since I can't find that one
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_42097_Stinger-SHD821.html
 
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