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Unread 04-01-2013, 11:35 PM   #11
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I dislike 10 and 15 amp reducers. They burn up like autumn leaves. The heavier the better is my suggestion. You need to turn the reducer off when not in use. Some reducers have a built in switch circuit, others need a suitable relay installed.
What would be the minimum you would suggest. I'd hate to tell my boy we are tapping into his allowance haha :)
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Unread 04-01-2013, 11:36 PM   #12
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If you just going to be running lights, the 10 amp would probably work. But if you're gonna have a stereo too, you definitely need one with higher amperage. On my old cart, I had my reducer wired with key switch so when the cart was off, the reducer was off.
I think you can just run your grounds from your accessories to the negative out on the reducer.
If that's possible to use as ground it would make it easy. Thanks
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Just ordered 25a reducer hope this will work for our application?
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Here is the fuse block
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Well while waiting on electrical supplies my rims and rockers showed up :)
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Beautiful ride.
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Got lights in today but still waiting on reducer in the mail. Btw dremel cutting bit can easily get away from you and scratch your body. A few close calls but all worked out.
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Here is the fuse block

If it is that exact one, you picked a good one. It has the negative buss on one side and the positive with fuse on the other.

The output from the reducer will go to the fuse block, from there it will go to your switches then your lights/radio/ect.

Check my sig for more info I am in the process of doing the same thing with a 30amp reducer and the same fuse block, but a smaller style, same company though.
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What size wheels are those?
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