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Offline Bus fever

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Where to find a fuse block
« on: April 30, 2012, 01:25:21 PM »
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I'm trying to bring a bus back to life and was replacing a fuse when the whole fuse block cracked in half so none of the fuses make a good connection.  I tried to tie strap it together but that just made it worse.  I've checked a few websites but haven't been able to locate a fuse block for a 69 bus.  A generic won't work as two relays plug into the bottom so that would get real complicated. 
Are used ones an option?  The plastic in many areas of the bus just fall apart almost to the touch so I'm hesitant to use old plastic parts for this use.  I welcome your feedback as I don't know if I have any other options. 
Any suggestions? 
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Re: Where to find a fuse block
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2012, 03:16:05 PM »
Hello,
It's good to see some activity on this site once again.

Have you tried any of these places?
Bus Boys (CA) http://www.bus-boys.com/
Busted Bus (CO) (used) http://www.bustedbus.com/
Go Westy! (CA) http://www.gowesty.com/
Just Kampers (UK) http://www.justkampers.co.uk/
The Bus Co. (WA) (used) http://www.thebusco.com/
The Bus Depot (PA) http://www.busdepot.com/

If they can't help, call this guy in Texas. I'm sure he will have an idea where to find one.

Qualitat
3002 East Jefferson, Grand Prairie, TX 75051,
Owner - Doug, 972-262-8491
http://www.qualitatvw.com/
Terry

'65 bus

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