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    Extra Fuse Box for R1100RT

    I want to add an extra fuse box onto my R1100RT for the wiring for my Gerbings and Zumo.

    Does anyone have a recommendation on a particular product?

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    Rich
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    I wired both of these directly to the battery. I know the Gerbings comes with an in-line fuse, and I think that the Zumo did as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_F View Post
    I wired both of these directly to the battery. I know the Gerbings comes with an in-line fuse, and I think that the Zumo did as well.
    I have them wired to the battery now, but I wanted to route them to a fuse box. I just added a shelf to the bike, and I'm thinking of adding a radar detector, maybe a holder/power unit for my iPad, and maybe a one-cup coffee maker.

    Okay, maybe just the radar detector and an unpowered bobble-head jesus.
    Rich
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    Fuzeblock - advertised in the ON
    Thanks!
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    On my R1100R I mounted a Blue Sea fuse block on the air box cover using the adapter plate from Cycle Nutz, http://www.cyclenutz.com/Accessory-F...More_p_77.html The only limitation with this is that the seat will not fit in the low position.

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