Some may pay more attention to this than others, wiring, fuses, etc. I for one am probably a bit lazy on the electrical side of things. I do however, NEVER, make the mistake of running without proper fusing, after having an old Firebird almost go up in flames because I took out a fuse and used aluminum foil to keep the power going. [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img] Electrical fires inside the dash are not a pretty sight or smell, stupid me. Anyway, that was years ago.
Many have probably seen these already, but I love'em:
This is a Buss blade type (ATC) fuse holder, good for up to 30A. What's nice about these is they are cheap, about $2, the are made of a rubbery plastic, and have a dual lip design, so with a little dielectric grease, should be waterproof. I have upgraded any of my old twist together, glass fuses under the hood for these, mainly the ARB compressor, and the Hella lighting. The old glass type fuse holders tend to get gunk in them, corrode, and cause problems. These are also the blade fuse used by ford for the engine and cab fuse boxes, so less different types of fuses to carry around.