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Re: Common Ground [Re: Coastie] #17537
11/13/17 07:48 PM
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Dave - looks great! Did you get one of the Paneltronics J/30 electrical panels as part of your electrical upgrade?

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Re: Common Ground [Re: Coastie] #17538
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I tried to get the Paneltronics panel that you spec'd out when I first started this project, but it wasn't available. I have the Blue Seas:

Blue Seas Panel

It seems to be pretty close to your setup and I get a small discount when I buy at Fisheries Supply.

In the existing wiring arrangement most of the cabling is down the sides of the hull. SInce I have easy access to the center below the sole I am really inclined to run my lines there. If the lines are off the bottom of the boat and high and dry, is there any reason to not use this avenue? I have way better access with the center of my sole removed then trying to neatly get these lines in behind the cabinets.

Dave Graf
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