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50 Amp automotive circuit breakers - KY

See image and link below. I have several of these to get rid of. Shipping is $4.95 for a small flat rate priority box, selling these for $6 apiece plus the shipping. Can fit maybe 8 in a box, or can go up to a medium box for $10.95
Buy 3 or more and shipping is free.

These are all unused, and sold as-is.

They are 50 Amp automotive circuit breakers. Sealed and very nice. You can see these are not too cheap.



http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/COO...4&ci_sku=6CHZ5
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what the heck do u use it for. Besides the obvious.
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instead of a fuse? pop a breaker, flip a switch.

could use it for an amp depending on the wattage. auxiliary lights maybe, possibly too big of breaker for that though. winch? not sure, depends, but whatever accessory. have to figure out what its supposed to draw though.

that answer your question? or you mean why do I have these?
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got em from work along with some other junk (yes i paid for them, i'm not makin much profit here) I plan to use some of them but I don't need like 30 haha

I'm going to be trying some different electrical projects in the bed, lights, etc, so that's my plan for using a couple of them.

after i sort through some more junk might have some more goodies up for sale for cheap...
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Ill take one.
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still have some.
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You said 50 amps but the Model is CB185 - is that 185 Amps ?

50 amps what can you use it for ?
Winch, not big enough.
Lighting too big.
Welder, may not be big enough…
Electric Fans, maybe.
Amp - maybe.

THINKING HERE… , , help me out on this, any ideas.

How much if you toss in the STX Grille ?
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Stock photo. They are not CB185, 185050F is the part number.

185050F
50 Ampere Thermal Circuit Breaker
42 Volts DC Maximum
Ignition protected
Waterproof
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These are more what they look like as far as the markings go. This one is a 150 pictured, the 50 amp looks the same except says 50 Ampere

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Sorry, I got,a,little excited a tut the 185 amp rating...

They are too big and et too small for my uses.

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You said 50 amps but the Model is CB185 - is that 185 Amps ?

50 amps what can you use it for ?
Winch, not big enough.
Lighting too big.
Welder, may not be big enough…
Electric Fans, maybe.
Amp - maybe.

THINKING HERE… , , help me out on this, any ideas.

How much if you toss in the STX Grille ?
Still trying for a STX grill lol.

I bought one and Im using it for my amp. Works great.
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glad its working out for you.

basically anywhere 50A fuses are used, you can use these. more expensive than a fuse, but nothing to replace. Plus these are heavily discounted.
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Still trying for a STX grill lol..
Still at it !
Thought I had one but it was the std single bar.


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I bought one and Im using it for my amp. Works great.
That should work, I'll have to see what m amp is going to draw.

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I have one of these on my air ride compressor. Works good. Plus big 40-50 amp Maxi Fuses get exspensive if you start popping them alot LOL. GLWS.
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most of these are now sold. have a couple left with the rubber terminal caps separated from the breaker. functionally good.
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See image and link below. I have several of these to get rid of. Shipping is $4.95 for a small flat rate priority box, selling these for $6 apiece plus the shipping. Can fit maybe 8 in a box, or can go up to a medium box for $10.95
Buy 3 or more and shipping is free.

These are all unused, and sold as-is.

They are 50 Amp automotive circuit breakers. Sealed and very nice. You can see these are not too cheap.



http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/COO...4&ci_sku=6CHZ5
do u still have any of these 50 amp circuit breakers left?
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