Speedway Runtz 12-Volt to 6-Volt Voltage Reducer
Universal Fit, 1.70" Overall Length, .55" Overall Width, .67" Overall Height, 4 amps Amperage
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"Runtz" transistorized 12v to 6v reducers allow you to use your original 6 volt electronic devices (like gauges) on a vehicle that has been converted to 12 volts. You will need a "Runtz" for each 6 volt electric gauge on your car.
Designed for 12 volt negative ground systems only. Screw type terminals. 1.5 ohm resistance, 4 amp max load, 25 watts.
910-64101 Instructions (PDF)
Note: Never, ever use ceramic block style reducers for gauges, radios or lighting. A power surge will destroy the electronics when first turned on. Ceramic block reducers should only be used to operate 6 volt DC motors and fans on 12 volt DC.
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