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Tom I like would be easier to mount than the one I am using for my G3 conversion. Nice Maurice
 

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Big C they do have ones that are manual trip and reset. I have a few coming in as demos. Peace Tom
 

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Tom I like would be easier to mount than the one I am using for my G3 conversion. Nice Maurice[/quote


Thats what i was thinking about also:bigthumbsup:bigthumbsup
 

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Those breakers are pretty common in the trucking industry. I mostly see them on straight trucks with a lift gate. They are typically mounted in or near the battery box to protect the heavy gauge wiring powering the liftgate.

Some have a test button to test the trip lever action.
 

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We find that type on patrol cars for all of our police equipment...they have a red test button and a reset lever,

I also hahe an extra one to protect my jumper cables that are built in to the truck...don't want to burn out my computers.
 

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I found them in a school bus catalog. Called my supplier for SAMPLES. He obliged . COOL peace Tom
 

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Back when I was a car audio installer I used a similar type unit on those megawatt boombox systems I installed. Thanks for bringing these to lite I forgot about them
 
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