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Standing in the store and wanting to maybe buy some spare fuses for a trip. I open the owners manual on my phone and for the life of me I can't find what type of fuses to use... say for the accessorie fuse, 20 AMP.

There are 10,000 types of fuses. Maybe I missed it but does anyone know?

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Automotive blade fuses. Be sure to get the regular ones, not the mini blades.

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Standing in the store and wanting to maybe buy some spare fuses for a trip. I open the owners manual on my phone and for the life of me I can't find what type of fuses to use... say for the accessorie fuse, 20 AMP.

There are 10,000 types of fuses. Maybe I missed it but does anyone know?
It's pretty easy to pull the seat and look at the fuses you need......just sayin

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Well, if you read it carefully, I said "Standing in the store" so I couldn't really pull the seat and look. Just Saying. But I otherwise agree. That's what I did when I arrived home. Where the bike was parked.

I was out shopping for something else and didn't think of it until I walked into the fuse isle.
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ATO or ATC fuses. NAPA and all auto parts stores sell them.
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Well, if you read it carefully, I said "Standing in the store" so I couldn't really pull the seat and look. Just Saying. But I otherwise agree. That's what I did when I arrived home. Where the bike was parked.

I was out shopping for something else and didn't think of it until I walked into the fuse isle.
In the time it took to type "read it carefully" I could have had the seat pulled

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