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This is an interesting suggestion, but unless you like replacing fuses for fun, I'd reconsider the above strategy. As a rule, you DON'T want an in-line fuse that is LOWER than the that the max current rating of the load. The point of a fuse is to prevent a condition that exceeds normal from causing additional failures - in the above example, you don't want the fuse to blow just because the lights perform within their specified limits (i.e., between min to max). Keep in mind that the max current rating on a load (e.g., lights) is the maximum current that the manufacturer claims the load will draw at a specified voltage - with this information, the user can ensure the power source is capable of providing what the load will need to function as it is designed. Beyond those basic functional parameters lies safety concerns and this is where fusing comes into play. The important factors are what current the wiring, connectors, and any other conductors are rated to carry (and, as eluded to earlier, what the battery is capable of supplying) - you definitely need to ensure that the fuse will fail before the battery catches fire or the wires melt and/or short other circuits.
Motorcycle Accessory Wiring
Replace the lock on Givi E55 Maxia 3 Motorcycle Luggage
Sorry, I don't know the size of that bearing.
What if you do lose the ball bearing? What size is it, do you know? Sliding the circlip on was not easy! I reassembled without it and it works, but not well.
Cleaning up scans for a .CBZ file using Photoshop
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