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Bassik 2 Way 4 Gauge Fuse Distribution Block

Brand: KnuKonceptz
Product SKU: BK-424
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 0.25
Price: $7.99

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  • Bassik 2 Way 4 Gauge Fuse Distribution Block

Bassik - simple, clean, easy. This is the foundation of what KnuKonceptz calls Bassik. Easy to install, simple to connect and cost effective! The BK-424 accepts 4 gauge and 8 gauge power wire without the use of adapters on both the input and output side of this distribution block. Oversized allen screws can secure either gauge without any modification or additional parts to complicate the design.

The BK-424 fuse block has dual inputs which can be used to link additional blocks together to make 4 or 6 way fuse distribution simple. Each output is fused by a Mini-ANL style fuse with a max load of 150A per circuit.

In need of a 4 way ground block? Place our Mini-Links into the BK-424 and you now have yourself a 4 way ground block that accepts 4 gauge and 8 gauge!

Your choice of two fuses is included with the BK-424. Select "Link" to turn your BK-424 into a 4 way 4 gauge ground block.

Dimensions L x W x H: 2.35" x 1.73" x 1.11"
Total Ports: 4
Inputs: 4-8 Gauge x 2
Ouputs: 4-8 Gauge x 2
Fuse Type: Mini-ANL (AFC)
Fuse Count: 2 Max Load: 150A x 2
Finish: Satin Nickel




Please click on a product quesion below to reveal the answer.

How do I determine what size fuses I need for this fuse block?
Each output of a fuse distribution block normally is connected to a single amplifier. Each amplifier will have either a fuse on board or the manufacture will state within the manual's installation guide or spec sheet what the max fuse rating or current draw of the amplifier is. If your amp has three 30A fuses on boards, you want a 100A fuse for that particular output of this block (90A is not an option we offer). If the second amp has a single 40A fuse, then a 40A fuse goes into that output of the block and thus a 100A and 40A would be required
The BK-424 has two inputs, do I need to use both?
No, the second input is optional only one input is required to power both fused outputs. The second input is for connecting a second battery or daisy chain configuration to additional distribution blocks. Having the second port makes this item more flexible to the installer then a single port block.