WakeWorld (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/index.php)
-   Boats, Accessories & Tow Vehicles (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=3183)
-   -   Distribution blocks (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=796515)

Jake 12-29-2012 2:25 PM

Distribution blocks
Where are you guys buying them I need a 1 in three out


murphy_smith 12-29-2012 6:37 PM


I prefer the Stinger HPM Shok Chrome series

shawndoggy 12-29-2012 7:26 PM

agree with Murphy re darvex. Quality stuff, great prices.

Here's a no-name alternative... http://www.ebay.com/itm/DISTRIBUTION...item51a04333f9

Jake 12-29-2012 7:48 PM

Thanks guys

Truekaotik 12-30-2012 6:51 AM

Power or ground ? Tsunami, JL, kicker are a good choice as well... Check out sonicelectronics.com , eBay, crutchfield....

kikitlo 12-30-2012 10:31 AM

Power and ground.
Love mine.

ian_ashton 12-30-2012 12:25 PM


I just snagged these Tsunami blocks at a local stereo shop, I really like them though.

chpthril 12-30-2012 2:51 PM

Distribution blocks are uni-sex (have no polarity), so they can be used for either the B+ or GND side unless you are specifically looking for a fused distribution block for the B+ side. Even then, its always a good idea to fuse the main trunk line as it leaves the battery. The Tsunami brand offers a variety of styles and configuration of both fused and non-fused distribution blocks.

chris_b 12-30-2012 3:30 PM

1 Attachment(s)
I got these from ebay, I forgot the brand. I've used them for two season with no issues.

bryce2320 12-30-2012 5:16 PM


Originally Posted by kikitlo (Post 1800109)

I also bought this exact one. Havent got to install it yet because I havent started on the new amp rack yet, but it has a digital volt meter on it and should do the job

Truekaotik 12-31-2012 9:42 AM

Who said anything about polarity Mike? Uni-sex?? That's a new one... I think all the suggestions made are completely fine... There is a difference between a power block (fused) and a ground block (fuse less)... That's why it was asked, to determine wether or not he wanted it fused or not on the wires.. In a car it is typical for a power block on the red wire, in a boat because of the short run, it's 50/50 and solely up to the installer or owners preference... There has been no wrong answer yet on this thread... ;)

dhcomp1 12-31-2012 2:42 PM


I buy all my wiring supplies from them now, and have been very impressed.

Good quality, fair prices.

sandm01 12-31-2012 3:29 PM


Originally Posted by kikitlo (Post 1800109)

I used the exact same one. 1/0in and 3 4gauge out. worked great, except I forgot to buy fuses ahead of time :)

don't forget that...

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 8:55 PM.