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    Default Pros and Cons-AGU vs. MAXI Fuses

    There any real advantages or disavandages to useing either AGU or MAXI fuse's?

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    i like agu's better for a coupe reasons
    1. you dont have to take the fuse out of the fuse holder to get to see if its blown
    2. you can find an agu fuse that goes up to 90A or so and as low as probably 10A fairly easily, whereas a maxi only goes up to like 30A
    -Cody

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    Actually we've got MAXI's in 60 and 80 amp here. I always liked the MAXI fuses better, mainly because you can pull them out of the fuse block without breaking them or killing your fingers. We've been using AGU's for the past few years since Monster doesn't make a MAXI block.

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    i've seen 60 maxi's and 80 agu's... both aren't the eaiset to find.... anything over 60 i usually lean toward an ANL - cost more but easier to get my hands on in a pinch.

    maxi's are cool as hell tho and easy as piss to put in and out.
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    Default Pricy maxi?

    Well for those that work on cars.. you can get maxi fuse blocks and fuses for over 90 amps or more from used cars.. look for the separate block that holds tha starter and main fuses on newer compacts. They're practically free

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