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T-SPEC V8-ANL Fuse Holder

1/0-gauge ANL fuse holder

Item # 120V8ANL

T-SPEC'S V8-ANL 1/0-gauge fuse holder uses Lok-Nut fasteners to secure the power cable, so you don't have to worry...

T-SPEC'S V8-ANL 1/0-gauge fuse holder uses Lok-Nut fasteners to secure the power cable, so you don't have to worry...

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About the T-SPEC V8-ANL Fuse Holder

A secure connection

T-SPEC'S V8-ANL 1/0-gauge fuse holder uses Lok-Nut fasteners to secure the power cable, so you don't have to worry about it getting loose over time. Combine this secure connection with solid brass construction and water resistance, and you've got a great link between your amp and your vehicle's battery that will protect your electrical system and ensure maximum current flow.

A secure connection

T-SPEC'S V8-ANL 1/0-gauge fuse holder uses Lok-Nut fasteners to secure the power cable, so you don't have to worry about it getting loose over time. Combine this secure connection with solid brass construction and water resistance, and you've got a great link between your amp and your vehicle's battery that will protect your electrical system and ensure maximum current flow.

The T-SPEC V8-ANL fuse holder accepts 1/0-gauge power cables and ANL fuses.

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Product highlights:

  • accepts ANL fuses
  • uses Lok-Nut fasteners to connect your 1/0-gauge power cable
  • solid brass construction for better conductivity
  • water-resistant
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # V8-ANL

What's in the box:

  • v8-series ANL fuse holder base
  • 2 End caps
  • 2 Brass wire/fuse terminals

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Crutchfield customer from Big Spring, TX on 4/1/2019

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Works awesomely, exactly what i needed

Pros: Holds 1/0 wire, easy to mount

Cons: None

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Kyle from Douglasville, GA on 8/15/2017

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The material feels well built and very sturdy, but the connections are almost unusable. I'm sure with the proper tools you could make it work, but for the average DIY person trying to strip 1/0 wire with at home tools.. It's a pain. I strip the wire, try to mushroom it back like it says in the directions and screw it on, but to no avail.The wires just pull right out. I'd much rather recommend a screw type connection for a firm, secure hold. T-spec does have a "V12" version of this product with screw type connections for around the same price that I'm going to try.

Pros: Well built, durable materials

Cons: Will not hold wire. Extreme pain to use. (Yes, 1/0 wire.

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It works the way its supposed to

Serge from Punta Gorda, FL on 7/18/2016

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Good quality easy to use. No complaint

Pros: easy to intall

Cons: whats the clear tube for, no instructions

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Good fuse holder

Jrod from Phoenix, AZ on 4/9/2015

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It's a good fuse holder. It looks nice, and it's huge. Which it needs to be to hold big fuses. Mines a 200amp. The only bad thing was my power wire is a bit bigger than specs. So it was hard to fit. And the way it holds the wire is a pain. Mostly since my wire is huge, but it does work well once you get it in.

Pros: Holds wires very secure. Looks nice

Cons: Wish it had it screw terminal to hold the wire instead of the cap type system it uses.

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Nice Fuse Holder

Escapemax from Trenton, NJ on 3/9/2014

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Bought this for a planned later upgrade. Its a nice looking unit. A little on the Large size. I may return and get a MANL style holder.

Pros: Water resistant case

Cons: A Bit large in length. May have a problem mounting in my Elantra Coupe.

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Good fuse holder

V8toilet from Worcester MA on 2/20/2014

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This thing is huge. I bought this because in the description it stated it worked with 4 gauge wire but it only works with 0/1 wire. Crutchfield was great and returned my money.

Pros: Seems like good build quality

Cons: Description is wrong about wire size.

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Features

Overview: This package includes a T-Spec v8-series ANL fuse holder. This water-resistant fuse holder features a translucent, impact-resistant polycarbonate cover. The connections for the power wires and fuse are made of solid brass with a flat-black finish. No fuses are included with the fuse holder. The fuse holder base has four holes so you can mount it with screws or wire ties.

Wire Gauge: The v8-ANL fuse holder can accommodate 1/0 AWG power wire.

Lok-Nut Fastener: The power wire is secured to the fuse holder with Lok-Nut style fasteners. Tightening or loosening the Lok-Nut fastener requires 3/4" and 7/8" open-end wrenches, or adjustable wrenches.

Fuse Connection: The fuse is attached with Allen-head screws. A 5mm Allen wrench is required to tighten or loosen the fuse connection.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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It was small and can be affixed with screws or zip ties [ Jordan  May 28, 2019 ]
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Does not require. crimping [ MARY  Nov 30, 2018 ]
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it looked heavy deuty [ PHILIP  Oct 18, 2018 ]
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adding a high output alt to car an need a fuse in system [ RAYMOND  Dec 23, 2017 ]
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to finish off my re-wire [ Thomas  Jul 20, 2017 ]
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This fuse holder will fit my 1/0 gauge wire I plan on installing in the next couple of weeks. I believe my old fuse holder was rated for 4 gauge, so I needed an upgrade. This should work nicely :) [ Dalton  Mar 03, 2017 ]
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An in-line fuse is critical to protect your system. It should be placed as near the battery as possible to protect your power lead against shorts. [ DanenG  Aug 14, 2016 ]
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To hold the things that keep my car from catching on fire. [ marissa  Jul 20, 2016 ]
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It was the right price. [ SERGE  Jun 27, 2016 ]
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2 questions already asked

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How do I use this fuse holder for 4 gauge wire?
[ Joe  Nov 13, 2016 ]
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Its been a while since I installed mine, but I believe the set screw will tighten down far enough to clamp a 4 Ga. wire. I always tin my cable ends with solder before inserting them into the fuse holder. This keeps the cable firm and in a somewhat cylinder shape so it doesn't just flatten out when you tighten the set screw. Another option would be to purchase 4 Ga. ferrules. They are basically metal sleeves that slip over the stripped end of your cable. They will keep the individual strands of your cable together when you clamp the set screw down. You'll need to tighten the screw enough to crimp the ferrule on the cable end so it will hold. You could also crimp the ferrule on to the cable end with a ferrule crimp tool, if you have one, before you insert the cable/ferrule into the fuse holder, or solder the cable into the ferrule. if you solder the cable solidly into the ferrule, it won't deform when you tighten the set screw. It looks a little cleaner if you are that detail oriented. Note that soldering 4 Ga. and larger wires is best done with a roll of flux core solder and a propane torch. An electric pencil type soldering iron is going to have a lot of difficulty heating that much material.
[ DanenG  Nov 15, 2016 ]
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Gotta buy a fuse holder that holds 4 gauge wire. I can't even find a fuse that fits in this holder
[ Dena  Nov 14, 2016 ]
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Any assembly video available?
[ John  Sep 26, 2015 ]
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I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: We do not have an assembly video available. We have a typical 2-amp wiring diagram that may help listed here: http://www.crutchfield.com/learn/learningcenter/car/amplifiers_wiring.html?search=amp_wiring If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat.
[ Krissy  Sep 30, 2015 ]  Staff

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