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I just got my order from Best Boat Wire. It all seems to be of really nice quality. The wire all has nice thick insulation. I don't think it can be beaten at $3.50 for a 25-foot roll of 16 gauge. The heat shrink connectors were a really good deal too.
I really like how you did the cowl around the gauge cluster and the scoop for the engine compartment. Now that it's all finished it really gives the boat a unique racy look. I actually think it looks great even without the windshield.
Matt, I do need to add a 12 volt outlet to the list. Maybe a USB outlet too. I'll probably add the courtesy lights later on but the way this boat will be set up, everything will be fairly easily accessible.
Mine is a full-length lamination of 3/8 ply and I have a pretty good bend from frame 4 over frame 5 to where the keel sits in the stem. I don't recall it being too much of a problem bending it in. If you start attaching from the front then you have plenty of leverage as you go back. Laminating the k...
Bryan, I wouldn't know the first thing about making a wiring diagram. But I can tell you that I'll be going from the battery to a panel behind the dash with 10 gauge wire with a 30 amp breaker near the battery. This is the panel: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001P6FTHC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01...
I have a bunch of electrical components on order. I decided to go with bestboatwire.com for a lot of it. Buying 25-foot rolls of separate color wires for everything I need initially plus ten gauge wire to get from the battery to a panel at the dash plus a bunch of heat shrink connectors and cable cl...
- Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:49 am
- Forum: Hankinson designs
- Topic: Key Largo build. Tahmoor (nr. Sydney) Australia
- Replies: 21
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At least on my build, doing half laps would have been problematic, especially on frames 4 and 5. The gussets make for an incredibly strong joint. Some have said they don't like the way they look but I do.