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Old 03-04-2011, 02:22   #1
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Nearly There: I'm Gutted!

Have completely gutted inside my 37 Ted brewer what next
I am new taken on a big mission
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Old 03-04-2011, 02:28   #2
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Re: Nearly There: I'm Gutted!

Erm. Buy some thick, strong hosepipe to run your new electric wires through, and get those clampy number things so you can match one end to the correct other end....

And remember to run a few spare wires through....
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Old 03-04-2011, 03:01   #3
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Re: Nearly There: I'm Gutted!

Ring the insurer, "sir someone stole my interior!"

You never know, he might just pay up!

I want 10%

Good luck sounds like a great project
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Erm. Buy some thick, strong hosepipe to run your new electric wires through, and get those clampy number things so you can match one end to the correct other end....

And remember to run a few spare wires through....
Onto it asap thanks
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Ring the insurer, "sir someone stole my interior!"

You never know, he might just pay up!

I want 10%

Good luck sounds like a great project
Lol cheers thanks
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Old 03-04-2011, 05:30   #6
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Old 03-04-2011, 15:09   #7
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Yes , looks scary a lot of sanding ,painting and refit should keep me busy for a while
Just need some advise on where to start
Awaiting delivery to gold coast ,I guess I would start on the inside and completely
Pull her apart and refit
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Re: Nearly There: I'm Gutted!

Safety and mechanical systems first. Shiny bits second.Just in case you get tight for money you can still sail.
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Safety and mechanical systems first. Shiny bits second.Just in case you get tight for money you can still sail.
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Re: Nearly There: I'm Gutted!

First - the planning.

Are you going to liveaboard and sail blue water and high latitiudes? Or coast saunter and laze on the decks in the sunshine? Are you a geek or a traditionalist? These will effect the types of systems you need and (crucial) the amount of power you expect to generate on board. If you want big batteries and short type power, then you need an inverter. If you reckon that mini inverters can serve then you may not want large amounts of 120/240 and don't need a clever big box, but may still want very big domestic batteries and relevant charging gear. Then you can start thinking about the wiring

Don't forget to record what you do and where you hid things, and the spares you need!
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First - the planning.

Are you going to liveaboard and sail blue water and high latitiudes? Or coast saunter and laze on the decks in the sunshine? Are you a geek or a traditionalist? These will effect the types of systems you need and (crucial) the amount of power you expect to generate on board. If you want big batteries and short type power, then you need an inverter. If you reckon that mini inverters can serve then you may not want large amounts of 120/240 and don't need a clever big box, but may still want very big domestic batteries and relevant charging gear. Then you can start thinking about the wiring

Don't forget to record what you do and where you hid things, and the spares you need!
Thank you , I guess the hardest thing to start with would be the planning
Then I shall call auto elec friend for battery,s n wiring cheers
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