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Old 07-21-2005, 10:36 PM   #1
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Need fuses...

Can someone give me the specs on the 2 glass fuses that are used in the battery compartment on a '67?

I just picked the coach up and it did not come with an owners manual. The fuses that are in appear to be extremely old and I can not see any product info on them.
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Old 07-21-2005, 11:50 PM   #2
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Can someone give me the specs on the 2 glass fuses that are used in the battery compartment on a '67?

I just picked the coach up and it did not come with an owners manual. The fuses that are in appear to be extremely old and I can not see any product info on them.
Try Anglers Marine or West Marine or some other marine supply store. Take the old fuses with you.

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Those fuses for the '67 are the larger glass fuses. I had a hard time finding them as well, you can find the right amps but getting the size correct was hard. You mightbe better off just replace that fuse block with one that has more current fuse options. That was on my list before I sold my '67 Tradewind.
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If they are the big fat glass 50 amp fuses that fit on the pos. and neg side just like my '77 Excella then they can be hard to find. I found mine at Cullum & Maxey RV in Nashville, TN.
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Can someone give me the specs on the 2 glass fuses that are used in the battery compartment on a '67?

I just picked the coach up and it did not come with an owners manual. The fuses that are in appear to be extremely old and I can not see any product info on them.
If they are very large glass fuses, they are probably 50 amp rated. The smaller ones are automotive type, IIRC, they come in AGC and SFE type. They difference in the two is the length.
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