Getting to work
on the wiring
for my 1985 Hunter
Wondering about the best way to deal with the grounding wires attached to my keelbolts.
Seems as though the Redneck Method (well versed with this from childhood) of wrapping bare wires between the nuts just isn't workin there in the bilge! LOL
Haven't found a ring connector 3/4" in dia yet... hahaha
Was thinking of either a SS or copper thin plate, sandwiched between the 2 nuts, with attachment points for the ground wires.
This area is easy to access and work
in, so regular inspections will be easy and catching future corrosion
will be easy as well.
I'm planning on replacing all the wiring
in this boat
, keeping the original switch panel.
No inboard motor
at the moment but an electric propulsion
system is waiting to go in later this Summer.
In the pics...
The two bolts are immediately aft of the mast
The corrugated tube with the fat white wire (taped off of course
) and some others exits from the mast
The wires to the starboard side are all the bilge pump
and switch wiring.
There are wires off to port as well.
So... suggestions on using a SS or copper plate between the nuts for wire attachment?