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12v 10amp fuse source?

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12v 10amp fuse source? was created by nordic66

I’d like to purchase some 10a 12v fuses for my ‘76 DT125

The OEM fuse (1A0-82151-00-00)
runs around $10 a piece

Anyone have a source to purchase them for less?

Thanks
13 May 2022 03:52 #1

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Replied by RT325 on topic 12v 10amp fuse source?

I though a fuse was a fuse not voltage related. If you have the fuse holder just go online & find one the right length. Here's a link but says 250 volt so i don't know. Think its just playing with words. 10 amp is 10 amp--i think but happy to be enlightened.
www.taylorsdoit.com/shop/automotive/ligh...se-5-pack?SKU=570956
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13 May 2022 04:51 #2

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Replied by RT325 on topic 12v 10amp fuse source?

 YAMAHA RD350LC 20amp Glass Fuse pack of 5 eBay item number:283979378050 YAMAHA RD350LC 20amp Glass Fuse pack of 5 Opens in a new window or tab Brand new£3.50Buy it now+ £5.00 postagefrom United KingdomAlmost gone32 sold  
I have no luck directly linking Fleabay stuff nowdays.
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Replied by Ht1kid on topic 12v 10amp fuse source?

So long as the voltage is 12v or higher it’s fine. Go to an auto parts store and they should have some 120v or 240v will work too 
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