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Rockford Fosgate RFFAGU Fuse Holder

Platinum-plated AGU fuse holder
Fits 4- or 8-gauge cable

Item # 575RFFAGU

Rockford Fosgate's "Connecting Punch" accessories give you a strong, professional-looking installation.

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About the Rockford Fosgate RFFAGU Fuse Holder

Rockford Fosgate's "Connecting Punch" accessories give you a strong, professional-looking installation. The RFFAGU fuse holder accepts AGU fuses and connects up to 4-gauge power wire.

Rockford Fosgate's "Connecting Punch" accessories give you a strong, professional-looking installation. The RFFAGU fuse holder accepts AGU fuses and connects up to 4-gauge power wire.

The holder protects your fuses from heat and moisture, guarding your audio system against damage. At the same time, it maintains solid wiring connections with its setscrew terminals and ensures high conductivity with platinum-plated contacts. Warranty: 1 year.

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What's in the box:

  • 4/8-Gauge AGU fuse holder with plastic mounting bracket

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Overview: The Rockford Fosgate RFFAGU fuse holder can support AGU style fuses up to 60 amps to help protect your components and wiring from short circuit damage. The fuse holder's 100% solid brass with platinum plating set-screw connections are compatible with 4 or 8 gauge power wire and offer optimum power signal transfer for you car audio system. The RFFAGU fuse holder features a clear, water-tight case design to protect your inserted fuse and wire connections and allows for easy inspection. The fuse holder comes supplied with a snap-on plastic bracket for mounting the fuse holder using two optional self-tapping screws (sold separately).

Note: The fuse holder does not come supplied with any type of fuse or wiring.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Holds fuse so your system is protected. [ Kade  Nov 24, 2018 ]
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reviews were better than other items [ Victor  Jun 01, 2018 ]
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Just as a replacement for the one I have [ Curtis  Apr 18, 2018 ]
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Cuz it's rockford [ Joseph fuller  Jan 06, 2018 ]
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protection and to keep with the same brands [ Elton  Dec 21, 2017 ]
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Necessary to run power to the amps. No fuse equals no protection. [ Rhett  Aug 14, 2017 ]
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Fits my application [ John  Aug 02, 2017 ]
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My old fuse holder just broke... it would not keep the fuse in place.. ever time I hit a bump while driving my amps just cut off [ Fernando  Jun 17, 2017 ]
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It had pretty good reviews and the one that I had a shop install with my amp power wire melted, I trust Crutchfield and know if I don't like the performance they'll help me find a good one, and you cant beat $10 to get my subwoofers powered up again [ Zacharias  Aug 27, 2016 ]
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i mounted fuse holder with 80 amp fuse under hood between battery and amp to protect system [ B  Aug 06, 2016 ]
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Easy to mount almost anywhere. Great water resistant, in-line, high-current fuse holder. [ James  Mar 08, 2016 ]
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Required and quality of item [ Shannon  Jan 01, 2016 ]
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2 questions already asked

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Could 10 gauge wire be use with this holder?
[ Levi  Dec 07, 2014 ]
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Yes although 10 gauge is very small upgrading to a bigger wire would be better for your amp and everything involved... I have 4 gauge wire hooked for mine...
[ SCOTT  Dec 08, 2014 ]
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It should work ok, 10 guage is actually smaller in diameter than 4 and 8 guage. 4 & 8 are specified to work.
[ NED R  Dec 08, 2014 ]
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The Fuse Holder in question is designed to handle either 4 or 8 gauge wire. 10 gauge wire is smaller in diameter than 8 gauge so unfortunately the answer is no . I would recommend that you use the 4 gauge wire . You will have less voltage drop in the length of wire used. although it is more expensive you will get more of the voltage your amp needs to run at full (14.4 Volt ) power .
[ STEPHEN  Dec 08, 2014 ]
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Yes
[ TERRY  Dec 08, 2014 ]
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Yes but it won't be sealed as good
[ JERAMIE  Dec 08, 2014 ]
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Yes. 10 gauge size can be used.
[ EDWARD G  Dec 08, 2014 ]
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How does the fuse snap in? Are there screws on both ends? Do they have to be loosened for the fuse to slide in snugly or are they locking screws?
[ Michael  Mar 01, 2014 ]
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Both plastic end caps are unscrewed to allow access then when the fuse is in place secure both end caps back in place to secure fuse in place hope this answered your question .
[ KERTTON  Mar 05, 2014 ]
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the screws on the ends are just to hold your power wire in place. once the end caps are off the fuse just firmly press the fuse in one end and put it back together and the fuse will be held in place
[ JASON C  Mar 02, 2014 ]
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Both ends of the fuse holder unscrew off and the fuse is held in when u tighten it back together I have one with a 60 amp fuse works great never had an issue.
[ SCOTT  Mar 02, 2014 ]
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First you must unscrew the fuse holder ends from the middle. They are plastic so be careful , there . Next unscrew the set screws that will hold the wires tight. Remove one metal end. Place the fuse in the middle section of the fuse holder. Replace the metal end , and then with the wire cut and stripped place the plastic fuse holder ends over the wire with the threaded sides facing the middle piece of the fuse holder. Put the stripped wire ends into the fuse holder metal ends and replace and tighten the set screws. Then screw the plastic end pieces of the fuse holder on to the middle piece. This is what I did. Remember when mounting the fuse holder, it goes between the battery and the amp. It is also plastic so do not over tighten the mounting screws so they will not crack the fuse holder. I hope this was helpful . It seems I used a lot of words for a simple task so don't be put off by this. If you can change the batteries in a flashlight you can do this too.
[ STEPHEN  Mar 02, 2014 ]
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Both ends of the fuse holder unscrew.(its the clear plastic piece) Then the fuse slides into the cylinder tube. Then you screw or spin the ends back on.
[ JASON  Mar 02, 2014 ]
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the fuse block has a round fuse and has compression fittings on each side of the fuse. no tools to change fuse. good fuse block easier to see use in person
[ ELIZABETH E  Mar 02, 2014 ]
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Screws hold the wire in on both sides where the fuse fits snugly in between
[ JORDAN  Mar 02, 2014 ]
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Those holes on the side is just to mount it somewhere and the fuse just slides in
[ VINCENT C  Mar 02, 2014 ]

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