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Where can I get 60 Amp Fuses -- that look like 30 Amp Fuses?

Preferrably the ones that are indistinguishable.

Now that I asked that question, where can I get 60 Amp fuses that look like our main power switch -- that are actually rated at 120amp, but look exactly like ours?

You know why I'm asking .

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I'm not exactly sure... but I recall reading the procedure for converting a 120A breaker to look the same as a 60A breaker. I think it involved a dremel tool and some paint? Good greif! *DON'T FORGET* to drill holes in the battery as well. If you don't, it won't be able to supply enough current anyways!
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*DON'T FORGET* to drill holes in the battery as well. If you don't, it won't be able to supply enough current anyways!

Oh no! Not the drilling holes in the battery bit again!?!?!??!
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Oh no! Not the drilling holes in the battery bit again!?!?!??!
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