DIY Fuse Panel

gaterose

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#361
I liked the clean look of the aftermarket underhood fuse panels but couldn't justify the cost that some are charging for it so I made my own from clear acrylic sheet.

Started with an 18"x24" acrylic panel from Home Depot


I cut off a 9"x12" piece and used a heat gun, vise, and a couple of plywood scraps to bend the acrylic 90*


Then I laid out the fuse panel & distribution block in Sharpie


Drilled the holes out and trimmed the piece to around the other components under the hood.


Before mounting under the hood -


Mounted using two existing tapped bolt holes under the hood -


 

Tyler

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This is a really nice alternative to spending the money. Would you like it to be posted in the tutorials bar at the top of the page?
 

i8boots

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Mine was much simpler, using a ski strap and a plastic husky box. I used Anderson connectors for the positive and negative cables so it can be easily disconnected for fuse box access:
 

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951_yota

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Selling mine btw see post #3. Currently selling for 175 on ebay. Awesome solution for anyone
 

951_yota

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Mine was much simpler, using a ski strap and a plastic husky box. I used Anderson connectors for the positive and negative cables so it can be easily disconnected for fuse box access:
Nice setup
 
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