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T-Spec ANL Fuses

High-current ANL fuses — 1 pair (100-amp)

Item # 120ANL100

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Item # 120ANL100

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About the T-Spec ANL Fuses

Don't let a blown fuse leave you without music

A T-Spec high-current fuse protects your equipment, your car, and you in the event of an electrical short circuit. Each of these heavy-duty fuses features a little window through which you can visually check the fuse's status. Sold in pairs. Warranty: 1 year. 

What's in the box:

  • Two nickel-plated 100A ANL fuses
MFR #V8-ANL100

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Overview: This package contains two T-Spec v8-series, 100A ANL fuses that can be used in T-Spec distribution blocks, or any device that requires an ANL fuse. The fuses are nickel-plated.

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