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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
probably a very dumb question for those that know but...

adding a fuse box to simplify adding in accessories down the line. Picked up everything I needed or so I thought from the local auto parts place. Except in a daze I bought a barrier strip instead of something that has a shared circuit with multiple connection points. Google shows many people using a barrier strip for a common grounding point but I can't figure out how they bridge the individual circuits, only thing I can figure is just run a wire from circuit to circuit which kinda goes against the clean install I'm going for

would appreciate it if someone could save me the gas to get back to the parts store

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I've seen it, he uses a barrier strip for ground and power connections, couldn't figure out how though till I found that jumper thing above
 

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You can always just make a bunch of individual wire jumpers leap-frogging to each terminal all along the one side of the barrier strip.
 

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yeah, I ended up using spade connectors with the end cut off to bridge each circuit

the pics are up in the mods section

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