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If you are anywhere near us, call in and see us. Alternatively, look up
your local automotive electrical supply company (usually a Lucas dealer).
Chances are they also do 'Durite' or 'Gordon Equipment'. They do a wide
range of fuseholders for ceramics, glass and blade.
If replacing with the more modern (and better) blade fuses, you can get
individual fuse holders which clip together to form a bank. We use these on
our towbar installations.
Towbars & Trailers
Specialists in Towing Equipment
NTTA Council Member
QSA accredited for Towbars and Trailers
"Gwoolie" wrote in message
I would like to replace the fuse holders currently fitted to my Swift.
They are seperate ones at the moment, but i would like to fit a unit that
would A: look better and B: be of good quality.
Any one know where i can get?
What cars have a unit with maybe a cap on I could convert???