Video Gives Best Look Yet at 2021 Ford Bronco Being Abused Off-Road

With Ford taking its time to officially unveil the 2021 Bronco, the internet has done its best to piece together teasers of the revived off-roader. Unconfirmed reports have told of its 2.3-liter EcoBoost base engine, as well as a possible 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6. There's even an anticipated seven-speed manual transmission with an ultra-low crawler gear. While we've seen photos of what we believe to be the real thing, essentially zero videos of the new Bronco—disguised or not—have leaked out. That's changed now, with this 46-second clip from The Bronco Nation.

In the footage, three camo'd examples of the new Bronco are seen barreling through the Georgia backwoods. While the rigs themselves are nothing we haven't seen before given the plethora of previous spy shots, seeing them in action like this builds anticipation even more.

Key points here include those aggressive all-terrain tires we've reported on already, as well as what looks to be a trick piece of 4×4 tech around the 0:25 mark. Here, you can see the inside rear wheel braking while the front tires drive forward, drastically improving the turn radius. The current Toyota Land Cruiser boasts such a system that makes technical wheeling easier for the big trucks.

Music plays through the entire video, so it's nearly impossible to identify the engine note as a four- or six-cylinder. Regardless, the Broncos appear to have plenty of power as they muscle up steep, muddy grades. They're also able to ford a decent amount of water as they plunge from one puddle to the next.

Other highlights include two-door and four-door models running together. This gives an accurate, if a bit indirect, size comparison showing the differences between the two. Specifics such as wheelbase lengths remain unknown, though we expect Ford to use the Jeep Wrangler as a benchmark and perhaps even beat the iconic off-roader in that department.

Georgia clay presents incredibly difficult terrain to master as it's dense and prone to clumping. That's part of why this video is so telling when it comes to the 2021 Bronco's off-roading capabilities.

Ford's longstanding plan has been to reveal the Bronco in the spring of this year, and so far, it's yet to suggest otherwise. That leaves about three weeks for the model to make its debut, though we don't expect it to hit showrooms until next year due to production delays.

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America Has Put Its Own Astronauts In Space After A Nine Year Hiatus: A Discussion Thread

After a scrubbed attempt on May 27th, SpaceX's Demo-2 mission has successfully put two American astronauts, Robert Behnken, 49, and Douglas Hurley, 53, into orbit. It marks the first time in nearly a decade that America hasn't relied on Russia to ferry its personnel to and from the International Space Station (ISS). That came with a hefty price tag from Moscow, costing roughly $86M per seat using evolved variants of the Soyuz system that dates back many decades. SpaceX's far younger and partially reusable Falcon9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule combination is more than competitive in price even though it is so young. 

The rocket began its ascent at 3:22 pm local time at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Next, it will have to dock with the Harmony module on the (ISS). Both astronauts will stay onboard the ISS for weeks before returning back to earth in the Crew Dragon capsule. As such, this is a relatively long test mission, with each major evolution having its own risks and challenges. 

The collective joy of a successful launch could not have come at a more needed time as the United States grapples with a global pandemic and outrage over the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis Police Officer. 

So, with that being said, let's talk about it! 

This is an open discussion thread about America's return to flying its own manned missions into space, so please share new information, cool pics, and videos from this historic mission as it unfolds. If you want to discuss anything unrelated, please visit our weekend Bunker Talk discussion linked here. 

Godspeed Demo-2!

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Mk4 Toyota Supra Breaks Stick-Shift Record With Six-Second Quarter-Mile Run

When it comes to import drag cars, the Mk4 Toyota Supra is king. With so many shops and aftermarket companies dedicating time and resources to the platform, we've seen quarter-mile records fall almost constantly at the hands of various Supras around the globe. The most recent might also be the most impressive, though, as Grannas Racing has pushed its six-speed, H-pattern Supra to a 6.9-second quarter-mile at 194.77 miles per hour.

That's believed to be a new benchmark as allegedly no other H-pattern car has run a sub-seven-second time before. 

The crew's Mk4 Supra, nicknamed "Orange Man Bad," is no stranger to the drag racing community. It famously achieved a 7.17-second run at 205 miles per hour in December, making it the fastest six-speed in terms of mph. Now, it holds the title of quickest as well, all while running a Tremec T56 transmission with a factory gearset.

Grannas Racing posted a video of the record-setting run online, along with a slip showing the time and speed.

   

There's no V8 swap here, either, as it's still sporting a 2JZ inline-six, albeit one that's heavily modified. It takes about 1,800 horsepower—not to mention a ridiculously good driver—to notch these kinds of times. Keep in mind that this Supra is still rear-wheel-drive, meaning it takes an immense amount of throttle discipline to launch it off the line without shredding the tires.

Lastly, this run solidified Grannas Racing's pride and joy as the quickest Supra in the world with independent rear suspension. That makes the feat even more impressive as IRS cars are typically harder to handle on the dragstrip. There's no sign of the Supra getting out of hand here, though, as it's pointed straight for the line and crosses it in record time.

Who knows what the next benchmark with be for Joel Grannas and Co., but rest assured, it'll be something ludicrously quick.

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IndyCar Will Race Without Fans in Texas Despite Relaxed State Regulations: Report

Unlike NASCAR's recently resumed season, IndyCar never got the chance to kickoff before coronavirus put the world on pause. As a result, the premier American open-wheel series has been scrambling to find the right time to begin, even pushing its month of May festivities at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to later in the year. Soon, though, IndyCar will be back racing again in Texas—on June 6, to be precise. But there won't be any fans in the stands, despite the state allowing 25 percent of official capacities to attend sporting events.

Racer reports that Texas Motor Speedway's Genesys 300 never had much of a shot to accommodate fans. Governor Greg Abbott relaxed the rules regarding audience restrictions too late in the game for promoters to push ticket sales or organize merchandising, concessions, and security. As such, it'd likely be a lost cause with millions spent in only a few days, decreasing the likelihood of a proper turnout.

NASCAR, meanwhile, has been running without fans for weeks and plans to continue doing so for the time being. Unless you just so happen to live at the track, of course. But race series across the country, as well as the world, are working with local governments to determine the viability of hosting events with people in the stands.

At present, the plan is for IndyCar to race in front of fans this summer, maybe as soon as July 4 at Indianapolis. The number of fans allowed through IMS's gates will almost certainly be limited, as will those at Road America later in the month. It's still up for debate if it'll actually be safe for fans to congregate in large groups by then—many think otherwise.

The Drive has reached out to IndyCar for confirmation on this news and will update this article with the series' response.

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You Can Start This 70-Year-Old Tractor With Paper and a Shotgun Shell

Yes, I know this is a car site. No, a Field Marshall tractor isn't built for speed. But it's pure intrigue for gearheads who love the weird and wonderful, as its single-cylinder, 310-cubic-inch, two-stroke diesel engine has one of the strangest starting procedures out there. It's similar in theory to modern diesel engines, though instead of an electric starter and electric glowplugs, it requires a piece of burning paper and the option of hand-cranking or using the explosion from a shotgun shell to initiate combustion.

Straight away, you've got to line up a pair of arrows that have been painted onto the tractor—one that's stationary and another that rotates with the crank. By doing so, you ensure the piston is just past top dead center (TDC) and ready to move in the right direction once the charge is sent through the engine.

Classic Tractor Fever TV via YouTube

After that, you've got to prime the engine by manually pumping lubricant into it. Luckily, this is achieved by using a single externally mounted lever and it only takes a few seconds. 

Classic Tractor Fever TV via YouTube

When using the shotgun shell method, you'll want to move the compression release valve so that the handle rides on the first groove of the pulley. This way, when the charge is sent through the engine, it can make a full revolution and the compression release valve will kick off. Remember, it takes a big bang to turn the Field Marshall's enormous piston—max RPM is rated at just 750.

Classic Tractor Fever TV via YouTube

Now this is where it gets strange. Next, you unscrew the glow plug holder from the front of the tractor and load it with a rolled piece of paper. It's apparently important to use a type of paper that can continue to burn without an open flame, and the instructor in this clip uses a page from a specific catalog that "works well" for him. He even rubs it down with a candle to coat it in wax, making for a slow but efficient burn.

Classic Tractor Fever TV via YouTube

As you can probably tell, this wouldn't be easy to do in the wind or the rain.

Finally, you walk to the side of the tractor and open up the chamber which is meant to hold a 12-gauge shotgun shell. Once it's loaded in, there's a firing pin on the outside of the chamber that the operator hits with a wrench or a hammer to send a charge into the engine. This gets the monstrous piston turning and then it's ready to work.

This in-depth video sadly doesn't show the Field Marshall actually starting with a shotgun shell, though there are plenty of others out there that do, several of which we've included below. It's amazing to see and something that's almost unthinkable given how turnkey-simple everything is today.

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How To Clean Plexiglass

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So you’ve purchased a race car, motorcycle, airplane, or boat? Congratulations, hotshot. But before your maiden voyage, know this: Your vehicle has important, see-through parts made from an acrylic like plexiglass or a polycarbonate like Lexan. Keeping those surfaces spotless and scratch-free means following some simple cleaning rules.   

Despite the name, plexiglass isn’t glass. Sold under the brands Acrylite, Crylux, Lucite, and Perspex—and mostly known by the generic term, plexiglass—it’s a transparent, petroleum-based thermoplastic. Plexiglass is lighter than conventional glass, while also being sturdier. 

Often mistaken for plexiglass, Lexan polycarbonate shares similar thermoplastic properties with plexiglass but has a higher impact resistance. 

As such, road cars (headlights), motorcycles (windshields), race cars, planes and boats, along with an assortment of household objects, often use formulations of plexiglass or polycarbonate due to their light weight, strength, durability, and inexpensive replacement cost. 

While cleaning headlight lenses is a separate process, cleaning plexiglass and polycarbonate windows require extra care to prevent visibility-reducing scratches and streaks. The Drive’s crack How-To team is here to help you get your new toy looking factory-fresh. Ready?

Basics

Estimated Time Needed: 30 minutes to an hour

Skill Level: Beginner

Vehicle System: Exterior

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Safety

Working on your car can be messy, especially cleaning surfaces you’ve never bothered cleaning before. It can also be dangerous. Here’s what you’ll need to ensure you keep your jeans, shirt, and skin spotless, and your bones intact.

  • Nitrile gloves (to repel chemicals used and irritants in the seat cushions).
  • Long-sleeve shirt to protect your arms.
  • Safety Glasses.

Organizing your tools and gear so everything is easily reachable will save precious minutes waiting for your handy-dandy child or four-legged helper to bring you the sandpaper or blowtorch. (You don’t need a blowtorch for this job. Please don’t have your kid hand you a blowtorch—Ed.)

You’ll also need a flat workspace, such as a garage floor, driveway, or street parking that’s also well-ventilated. Check your local laws to make sure you’re not violating any codes when using the street because we aren’t gonna pay off your impound fees.

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Everything You’ll Need

We’re not psychic, nor are we snooping through your toolbox or garage, so here’s what you’ll need to get the job done. 

Tool List 

  • Microfiber towel (Any other type of towel will scratch your plexiglass).
  • Plexiglass cleaner (non-abrasive, non-aromatic, and non ammonia-based). 
  • Razor blade (if applicable).

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Here’s How to Clean Plexiglass/Polycarbonate in a Few Easy Steps

Though the materials may be different at a molecular level, their thermoplastic exteriors require identical cleaning methods. Here’s to making life simple!

Now, let’s do this! 

  1. As any surface dust and debris could potentially scratch the surface, before using any cleaning products, either blow away any surface dust and debris with a hairdryer, or use soap and water to wipe the surface.
  2. Take your microfiber towel and fold it into a small square that fits the size of your hand. 
  3. Spray one side of the microfiber towel with plexiglass/polycarbonate cleaner (do not spray window).
  4. Delicately wipe the window using the dampened side of the microfiber towel from side to side with very light pressure—the less pressure the better.
  5. Once you’ve cleaned the area, flip the microfiber towel over to the side that wasn’t sprayed with the cleaner and delicately wipe the plexiglass/polycarbonate again to remove streaks and/or further contaminants. 
  6. If other plexiglass/polycarbonate surfaces need to be cleaned, or more debris remains, unfold the microfiber towel.
  7. Refold the microfiber towel so a clean section can be used for the additional areas.
  8. Repeat the process above. 

You’re done, congratulations!

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Tips From a Pro

Here are The Drive’s pro tips for cleaning plexiglass/polycarbonate.

  • Always use a lint-free microfiber towel, not a paper towel or cotton cloth; these materials can scratch plexiglass/polycarbonate.
  • Never use a cleaning agent like Windex that contains ammonia on your plexiglass/polycarbonate. Ammonia can degrade their chemical bonds and make the surface cloudy. 
  • Likewise, never use a cleaning agent that contain aromatics, isopropyl alcohol, solvents such as acetone, dry-cleaning fluid, or any abrasive cleanser (unless it’s a designated plastic polish). 

Life Hacks

Since you may not have access to the right tools, we also compiled a list of hacks to make your life easier and drain your pocket less.

  • If a particular piece of debris or bug carcass won’t come off using the plexiglass cleaner and microfiber towel, a razor blade can be used to remove it. Here are the steps:
    • Wet the plexiglass/polycarbonate with water.
    • Using a brand new razor blade, angle the blade so that it’s around 12-degrees. 
    • Very gently scrape the material off the surface, making sure you don’t scratch it.
    • Once the material is removed, take your microfiber towel and fold it into a small square that fits the size of your hand. 
    • Spray one side of the microfiber towel with plexiglass/polycarbonate cleaner (do not spray window).
    • Delicately wipe the window using the dampened side of the microfiber towel from side to side with very light pressure—the less pressure the better.
    • Once you’ve cleaned the area, flip the microfiber towel over to the side that wasn’t sprayed with the cleaner and delicately wipe the plexiglass/polycarbonate again to remove streaks and/or further contaminants. 

How Often Do You Need To Clean Plexiglass/Polycarbonate?

The unwritten rule is that the more you touch your plexiglass/polycarbonate, the greater the chance you have at scratching it and causing irreversible damage. But paying careful attention to the steps above, and if you respectfully treat it, you can clean your plexiglass/polycarbonate whenever it becomes dirty. 

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Bunker Talk: Let’s Chat About All The Stories We Did And Didn’t Cover This Week

Welcome to Bunker Talk. This is a weekend open discussion post for the best commenting crew on the net, in which we can chat about all the stuff that went on this week that we didn't cover. We can also talk about the stuff we did. In other words, it's literally an off-topic thread.

Let's all hope for a smooth and uneventful launch this weekend!

The Bunker doors are slowly swinging open. 

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LS-Swapped Saturn Sky Is Exactly How GM Should Have Built it

Life is about the little things, like smelling the flowers, walks on the beach, and big V8s inside of tiny cars. Now you too can live out your wildest roadster dreams with an LS-equipped version of one of GM's best roadsters: the Saturn Sky.

Now-defunct carmaker Saturn was GM's answer to battling the rise of imports for most of its life. And while the brand may have gone belly-up in 2010, one of its last creations will forever remain one of its best. From 2007 until 2010, Saturn sold 34,415 examples of the Sky, but sibling brand Pontiac sold nearly double of its Solstice counterpart, making the twin-sister roadster more popular of the two. And while the factory performance-tuned variant of the Sky's 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder produced 290 horsepower, people still wanted more.

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A performance shop in Cornelius, North Carolina called Mallett Performance picked up the torch and went to work, producing 100 examples of high-horsepower roadster goodness. This 2007 Saturn Sky is just one of them, and it's now for sale on Bring a Trailer.

Mallet begins each Sky swap by pulling the factory-equipped powerplant from the car and installing an LS-series GM crate engine of the customer's choosing. For this particular Sky, the owner chose Mallett's 427 LS7 package, which, if you couldn't guess it by the name, includes the 7.0-liter LS7 V8 commonly found in the C6 Corvette Z06

Aside from the glorious rumble of four extra cylinders, the $47,000 upgrade includes the 505-horsepower engine, a manual six-speed Tremec transmission, a LuK Pro Gold clutch, a 3.73 rear differential, and a plethora of other go-fast bits.

The suspension is tuned by Mallett to efficiently put the power to the ground, including Penske performance shocks and springs. The seller notes that polyurethane bushings are installed in the rear control arms and differential mounts as well. And to make sure the roadster stops on a dime with all of that extra power, Mallett installed a complementing big brake kit.

The car also comes with three sets of wheels, the 19-inch Forgeline multi-piece wrapped in Pirelli rubber (pictured), one-piece forged Mallett wheels with the original Michelin tires and a set of factory Saturn wheels with Goodyear RS-A tires.

The subcompact Kappa platform wasn't GM's most popular, but pair it with the heart of a Corvette and it's essentially everything that a modern-day sports car enthusiast could ask for. And if we can stuff a Hellcat engine in an old Miata, we can sure as hell enjoy this piece of art.

At the time of writing, savvy buyers have bid the car up to $30,001 with SIX days left on the auction. Given that this 13-year-old car only has 6,000 miles on the odometer, the current price seems like a steal, especially when you consider that the original price tag of the Sky plus the cost of the Mallett conversion was no less than $75,000. Previously sold examples of the Mallett Sky and Solstice have sold for $25,500, $28,250, $30,000, and $36,000 on Bring a Trailer. Expensive, but something tells us that these tiny balls of power are worth every penny.

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Customs And Border Protection Predator B Drone Appears Over Minneapolis Protests

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Predator B drone is presently orbiting around Minneapolis, Minnesota. The city has been in the grips increasingly violent protests in recent days over the killing of resident George Floyd while he was being arrested by members of the Minneapolis Police Department earlier this week.

George Floyd, an African American, died on May 25, 2020, after Minneapolis Police Department Officer Derek Chauvin, who is white, kneeled on his neck for at least seven minutes. Police were in the process of arresting Floyd over his alleged attempt to use counterfeit $20 bills at a nearby deli. Chauvin was subsequently fired and has now been taken into custody on charges of murder. This incident has touched off protests against racially motivated policing, as well as rioting, in various cities across the country and has further inflamed tensions arising from similar incidents elsewhere. The violence in Minneapolis has become especially pronounced, with one group notably setting fire to the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct building last night after officers evacuated.

Journalists and plane spotters using online flight tracking software first noticed the drone flying in a hexagonal route around the city at around 20,000 feet on May 29, 2020. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has around eight Predator Bs in various configurations, all of which are unarmed. This agency had acquired 10 of these unmanned aircraft by 2012, but lost one in an accident over the Pacific Ocean in 2014 and another in a crash at Grand Forks Air Force Base just earlier this month. The Predator B, which drone maker General Atomics makes, is part of a family of unmanned aircraft that also includes the U.S. Air Force's MQ-9 Reapers.

The drone's callsign, CBP 104, identifies it as one of CBP's older Predator B types, which are configured for overland surveillance. The primary sensors on these drones are electro-optical and infrared full-motion video cameras in a turret under the nose, though they can also capture still imagery using the Lynx synthetic aperture radar. They also have data links capable of sending this imagery back to control stations on the ground in near real-time.

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A briefing slide from 2012 describing the capabilities of CBP 104 and the other five Predator Bs that agency operates in this overland surveillance configuration. CBP also has three more Predator Bs in other configurations.

Other avialable data indicates that this particular unmanned aircraft is operating from Grand Forks Air Force Base. CBP Predator Bs typically fly from this base to conduct patrols along the U.S.-Canadian border.

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Another slide from the 2012 CBP briefing describing the Predator B mission in the United States and the Caribbean Sea and mentioning the use of Grand Forks Air Force Base as an operations center for flights along the US-Canadian border.

The unmanned aircraft's ability to stay in the area for up to 21 hours at a time would make it an ideal asset for persistently monitoring the protests and rioting across Minneapolis. It could help law enforcement personnel best focus their resources in response to developments they might not otherwise be able to see and to generally document the situation as it continues to evolve.

The exact authority that CBP is operating under in order to support state and local officials is unclear. The agency does have controversial authority to conduct various activities within the United States inside a 100-mile-deep buffer area along the country's borders, but Minneapolis is outside that defined area. 

A 2013 edition of the National Guard Bureau's Incident Awareness and Assessment Handbook, which covers manned and unmanned intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft across the U.S. government that could be made available during various domestic contingencies, does not specifically touch on general domestic unrest. This document, which the author previously obtained via the Freedom of Information Act, does list CBP's Predator B as assets that could be called upon to help in the aftermath of natural and man-made disasters, as well as terrorist attacks. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has already activated the state's National Guard to help with the response to the situation in Minneapolis.

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The entry on the Predator B from the 2013 edition of the National Guard Bureau's Incident Awareness and Assessment Handbook.

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Regardless, this would not be the first time aerial surveillance assets have been employed in response to protests and rioting in the United States, though. In 2015, the Federal Bureau of Investigation notably employed manned aircraft to conduct persistent surveillance missions over Baltimore, Maryland during the protests in the wake of the police killing of Freddie Gray

The Maryland Army National Guard also made RQ-7B Shadow unmanned aircraft available as part of its support to state and local authorities in response to that situation, dubbed Operation Baltimore Rally, though it's unclear if they were employed to monitor the protests. The author previously obtained this information via the Freedom of Information Act.

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A low-quality scan of a briefing slide showing Maryland Army National Guard aviation assets available to support Operation Baltimore Rally as of March 4, 2015.

The use of persistent aerial surveillance for law enforcement purposes has long been a controversial topic. Civil liberties advocates say these and other mass surveillance activities violate rights to personal privacy and undermine constitutional protections against unlawful searches

CBP's deployment of one of its Predator Bs over Minneapolis is almost certain to further fuel that debate. Depending on how the situation in the city, as well as other locations across the country that are now experiencing protests and rioting in response to the killing of George Floyd, we may well see other aerial surveillance assets employed, as well. 

We will update this story as more information becomes available.

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The Best Car Fuses

You might not think about your car’s fuses very often, but each time you get behind the wheel, they’re hard at work. Automotive fuses act like the gatekeepers — or even the bodyguards — of every car’s electronics. They protect the electronic components of your vehicle, throwing themselves in the way of sudden shorts, unexpected surges, and other crises happening under the hood. And as vehicles have become increasingly more tech-savvy and reliant on innovative technology like infotainment screens and systems, digital instrument displays, and connectivity functionality, your car’s fuses are more important than ever before. Your car fuses protect your valuable, complex, and necessary parts, like the sound system or GPS system, taking the brunt of potential crises. They keep your vehicle functioning smoothly, sometimes without you even realizing it. And when it’s time to replace a fuse or two, you have many different options. There are all different sizes and options available, and you want to make sure your car is being managed by the best fuses possible. Check out these top options for your car fuses.

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Best Overall Car Fuses
EPAuto Assorted Car Standard Blade Fuse Set

Featuring 120 pieces and seven of the most common fuses, the EPAuto Assorted Car Standard Blade Fuse Set is tough to beat. It’s one of the best, most well-rounded car fuse kits you can buy. Inside the set, you’ll find fuses to meet any and all of your needs. But the included items don’t stop there — you’ll also get a fuse puller with a universal fit. It’s a sizable, 120-piece assortment of different fuses for various sizes and in a number of different quantities. You’ll get ten 5 AMP fuses; ten 7.5 AMP fuses; and 20 each of the 10 AMP, 15 AMP, 20 AMP, 25 AMP, and 30 AMP fuses. All of the fuses are ATO OPEN type fuses that suit recent vehicles. Each fuse size is color-coded and organized so you can find everything you need easily.

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Best Value Car Fuses
BESTTOYHOME 242pcs Assorted Standard & Mini Auto Blade Fuses Set

If you’re looking for a wide selection of different car fuses in various sizes, the BESTTOYHOME 242pcs Assorted Standard & Mini Auto Blade Fuses Set delivers great value in a single product. Featuring an impressive selection of both standard and mini sized blade fuses, this set has just about every kind of car fuse you could possibly need. It includes 22 commonly used blade fuses, from 2 AMP fuses to 40 AMP fuses, so you can replace and repair at any time. All of the replacement car fuses are 32v and fast-acting, so they can protect your vehicle from short circuits, overloads, and more in a pinch. Each fuse type is clearly labeled and colored for quick identification. There are 110 standard fuses and 132 mini fuses, and you’ll have ten or 12 pieces for each type of fuse.

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Most Versatile Car Fuses
Riseuvo 220pcs Car Blade Fuses Assortment Kit

The Riseuvo 220pcs Car Blade Fuses Assortment Kit covers just about every kind of blade fuse you might need for your vehicle. It’s very versatile — you can take the entire kit on the go with you, and you’ll be able to find what you need thanks to the two separate boxes for mini fuses and standard fuses. It includes 20 commonly used blade fuses, ranging from 2 AMP to 35 AMP standard fuses and 2 AMP to 35 AMP mini fuses. All of the car fuses, regardless of size, are made from premium materials and ensure you’ll get fast and precise fusing current. The fuses are transparent but colored and labeled with carved amp ratings, so you can easily determine one size from another based on the plastic housing.

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Best Warranty-Backed Car Fuses
Nilight 240pcs Standard and Mini Blade Fuses Set

The Nilight 240pcs Standard and Mini Blade Fuses Set includes a quality selection of different standard and mini car fuses you can use on any vehicle. But what really makes this car fuses set stand out from its competition? The impressive two-year warranty. You’ll get 240 pieces in this car fuse kit, including ATC, APR, ATO, ATS, ATM, and APM fuses ranging from 5 AMP to 30 AMP. Each fuse is clearly color-coded and labeled with its amp rating, and a fuse puller is included so you can use the kit on the go. All of the fuses are made with transparent PES with zinc alloy inserts and transparent housings. Nilight offers a solid two-year warranty on these fuses — which means you can rely on them for a long time to come.

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Everything Automobiles Mini Fuse Kit

If you’re looking for mini car fuses alone, you’ll want to take a close look at the Everything Automobiles Mini Fuse Kit. With 120 assorted car fuses, this kit includes a variety of different mini fuses in different amps. You’ll get 5 AMP, 7.5 AMP, 10 AMP, 15 AMP, 20 AMP, 25 AMP, and 30 AMP included in the set, and each size and fuse includes a water-resistant cap to protect in wet conditions and seal out dirt. It also includes a handy fuse puller for easy removal or installation and an organized carry box to store and protect every one of the fuses. The mini car fuses are made out of nylon, have tight-fitting caps, and they can withstand temperatures as low as -58 degrees and as high as 364 degrees.