Ok cool thanks for the infoThen you're good to go. What I mentioned is an extreme case, and out of all the years I've been doing this kind of thing, that's the only time it happened. But once it does happen, it kind of opens your eyes a bit. Just keep the wire zip tied out of the way of moving parts sharp objects and **** that get's hot and you'll be fine. I just throw that out there so people know what could happen if they aren't careful... and technically 2 fuses it the correct way to do it.
The hot side of solenoid for the starter ford just used basically as a junction block. Pretty half assed design in my eyes. You're better off going straight to the battery with that wire anyway.