50a Circuit Breaker 12v 24v Manual Reset W/ Boot 50 Amp on 2040-parts.com
Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
Type 3 manual reset (pop out button) 50 AMP circuit breaker with #10 3/16" dia studs meets both S.A.E & RVIA specifications. Mounts to any flat surface & comes with protective boot as pictured.
These are high quality breakers, I've been using them myself for several years.
***Note: this item must ship as a parcel as it exceeds Canada Post 20mm 3/4" width for oversized lettermail. There is no economy shipping available. Should you purchase any available quantity or different amperages from my other listing all will ship together for one shipping charge. If you bought other amperage breakers from my other listings and were charged shipping on each purchase, don't worry, I will automatically refund any shipping overpayment back to you thru PayPal when I process your order.
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