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Old 07-11-2019, 11:32 PM
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Originally Posted by JeffH View Post
Yes, a turn key replacement XS1100 Fuse Box Kit with about everything needed.


Relocating the flasher can to the airbox screw on the left side of the bike was EZ. That makes for a nice fuse box install with ample room for the wires and terminal connectors above and below the fuse box. Color coded wires too matching up with OEM wiring diagram. No more brittle 40 year old copper glass fuse holder tabs that snap off. BTDT, that's always fun when a tab decides to break off when you least want it to.

Jeff
Oh yes Jeff, lots of fun and BTDT....once was enough after getting holder tab soldered back on, after which I switched to a blade type fuse panel.
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