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  1. #31
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    Joplin, Missouri / Shell Knob-Tablerock Lake
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    Yes I agree with no credit for the hard work, but all of us who have done it can appreciate the hard work and effort you put into it. Nice Job!
    Josh
    1999 Outback

  2. #32
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    Mckinney, TX
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    Thanks TRL. One thing that was weired about my 2/0 gauge was that on the inside it wasnt copper it was shiny strands of wire?? It was marked Marine/water proof. Anybody know why??
    89' Comp Resto:
    http://supraboats.com/bbs/showthread.php?t=8193

    Riding and Mod pic's:
    http://www.supraboats.com/bbs/album.php?albumid=86

    89' Supra/Custom Tower & Interior/Swivel Racks
    4 Blade-14X14/1600 lbs Ballast
    Roswell Bar/Led's/Krypt 6.5 HLCD's/Krypt 4200 Eq
    JL-PPI Amps 1750 Watts/Kicker Interiors/L7 Kicker Sub

  3. #33
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    I think marine wire is tin coated.
    Josh
    1999 Outback

  4. #34
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    Sep 2010
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    Mckinney, TX
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    Ah..I guess for added protection. Thanks man.
    89' Comp Resto:
    http://supraboats.com/bbs/showthread.php?t=8193

    Riding and Mod pic's:
    http://www.supraboats.com/bbs/album.php?albumid=86

    89' Supra/Custom Tower & Interior/Swivel Racks
    4 Blade-14X14/1600 lbs Ballast
    Roswell Bar/Led's/Krypt 6.5 HLCD's/Krypt 4200 Eq
    JL-PPI Amps 1750 Watts/Kicker Interiors/L7 Kicker Sub

  5. #35
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    Jun 2009
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    Victoria BC Canada
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    Quote Originally Posted by cab13367 View Post
    Thought I would share some pics of my add a battery install - it's a work in progress. I cut a hole behind the battery switch and ran the battery cables thru it for easier cable routing and a cleaner look (both batteries will go behind the panel that the battery switch and ACR are mounted on). I am using thermal circuit breakers all around instead of fuses (thanks for that tip Razz!). One thing I learned is that you can use 2/0 welding cable instead of 2/0 battery cable. It's a lot more flexible (uses much finer strands compared to battery cable) and easier to work with and is about the same price. I only needed a couple of feet to go from the battery to the battery switch.

    BTW, all of the speaker wires hanging on the left is the stock wiring that I am replacing. Have not gotten around to cutting them yet.



    Hi Cab,

    What size hole did you drill for that?

    Cheers,

    Wade
    2011 President's Trophy - Check
    2011 Western Confernece Champs - Check
    2011 Stanley Cup Champs - Not so Much....

    2007 Outback V

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