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Fuse block blank slots

I picked up a perfect slender shaped fuse block at a wrecker lot to us for all my add on components and it has a few slots without the metal pieces to hold the fuses. Can these pieces be purchased and inserted in the back of the block so additional fuses could be added? The photo shows the blank slots beside the 20 AMP fuse. Anyone had the same idea? HELP Please?
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likely all the blanks have constant power, but no output power terminal. Most of the times you can get the right connector to plug in from a salvage yard. Or remove one and try and have the dealer find the connector that snaps in.

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it is most likely a female spade connector that is non insulated and has the little tab that sticks out to lock it in place. sorry on my phone and can't link photos and such. but they should be exactly what you need as they were when I used to do stereo and alarm and would add stuff in the fuse block instead of fuse holders just hiding under the dash or engine compartment. they will probably be the 14ga or so on the size you need if memory is still serving me correctly.
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likely all the blanks have constant power, but no output power terminal. Most of the times you can get the right connector to plug in from a salvage yard. Or remove one and try and have the dealer find the connector that snaps in.
The larger ones have constant power but the smaller ones are individual. one wire in and one out. They each take two connectors.

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Here are the ends. A little time and patience and they come out.
Any idea where they could be purchased? What are they called?
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