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Thanks ,Bill and Steve.My main concern was the length and size of wire to circuit breakers from batteries(about 15 ft).dash switches have fuses on panel.was thinking on running heavy wire from battery switch in rear up to the pos and neg busbars .then smaller wire to each panel then off to loads.Hav...
I know it's probably overkill. positive busbar will have anchor winch and fuse panels and switches for everything.got alot of smaller wire(mostly duplex)in various sizes for bilge pumps,horn ,lights and other.thanks for the chart.(not sure I understand it tho)
Am using size 2 welder ground wire for common ground to forward busbar.wanted bigger red for primary.site I was looking at ,mentioned 0.thought 1/0 would work.just don't want to have problems.Curious what Bill used on his Bartender.
- Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:43 pm
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Building The Vera Cruise
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sorry about the stones too.I've been "stoned" a few times too.even had bladder stones too.When I saw the pics ,thought I was growing another set of teeth in there.
Well,I built an 18ft longx 8 ft wide Bo-jest in a 12x 24 ft shed.Its tight but leaving wall studs exposed helped with some clamping issues.Also had higher ceiling rafters to lift hull from(2x10 rafters)
- Mon Jul 09, 2018 5:16 pm
- Forum: Design Modifications
- Topic: TrueGrit/Coastal Cruiser Walkaround
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Hey,I got one of those! I noticed that sawdust will get in bottom of slot and one won't be able to tilt back up 90 degrees.I just use mine with 1/2 " blade for quick cut off.