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    Registered User awagnon's Avatar
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    Another fuse box for a 1200RT

    I finally got around to rewiring the accessory outlets and adding some to the used 2009 RT I recently bought. I couldn't see paying $60+ for one of the fuse boxes like Fuzebox, Centec, etc. for just a fancy fuse holder. Instead I bought a watertight fuse box from a local hardware store for $12 and added some scraps of metal I had around. The cover of the fuse box has a rubber gasket and looks water proof. I've seen them online for cheaper. The left three fuses are wired directly to the battery and the right three are after an ignition-triggered relay. The relay is mounted to an aluminum bracket with a ground buss. I have two unused fuse slots left. Just thought I'd post pictures in case someone wanted an alternate for the standard fuse boxes.

    As seen from the right side of the bike:


    As seen from the left rear:
    Al - Ogden, Utah
    Boxer bikes, boxer dogs, and letterboxing.
    2004 1150GS
    2006 Boxer dog (Paisley)

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    Registered User lbarbee's Avatar
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    Another fuse box for a 1200RT

    Nicely done!
    Lynn
    2008 BMW R1200RT (most fun you can legally have)
    2002 BMW R1150RT
    2008 Kawasaki Versys

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