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Stinger SPD870 Dual Power and Ground Distribution Block

$22.95
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(1 Review)
SKU: SPD870
Brand: Stinger
Condition: New
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Stinger distribution blocks and fuseholders feature deep wire recesses, and oversized set-screws to ensure maximum power transfer.

  • Power and ground distribution in the same block
  • Accepts one 4 or 8 gauge input (Both sides)
  • Two 4 or 8 gauge outputs (Both sides)
  • 100 percent solid brass construction
  • Gold plating
  • Protective cover included
  • Weight:0.75 lbs
  • Item Condition: Brand New
  • Warranty: 2 Years VMInnovations Warranty
Written by from Abq, NM on Jun 9, 2012
Multi-amplifier install life saver

This distribution block is a must have if you are installing more than one amplifier or are installing a capacitor.  It is easier to run one slightly larger wire than 2 decent sized wires, and with this distribution block mounted near your amps you do not have extra wires all over the place.  This also allows for a more professional looking install by combining the source of both power & ground for each amp.  You could also use this block if you were adding a capacitor to an amplifier, you just cut the power & ground lines, connect them to the block & then use the second connections to wire the capacitor in cleanly and efficiently.

Would I recommend this to a friend or family member? Yes
Pros
  • Safe
  • Simple to Set Up
  • Looks Good
  • Sturdy
  • Quality Construction
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