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[February 28, 2009]


I ran out of space to mount fuse blocks, so I made a mounting plate for the fuse block for the aux battery bus.


The block fits nicely here.


The original ground wire from the battery to the ground tab was oriented in a way that I would need to loosen the bolt on the firewall if the battery was removed. Since I would probably need to tighten it by getting on the bolt inside the firewall, I thought that would be a pain for maintenance. So I remade the ground wire to be able to swing out of the way.


I took the wire that Grand Rapids (Free wiring harness with GRT!!!!!) provided for the magetometer and wrapped it with some expandable sleeving I bought from ACS (p/n: 11-01900). I think the sleeving gives the wire run a real professional look. It was super expensive though -- $40 for 100' (and you can only buy 100' lengths!).


I tested out my shrink wrap labels on this wire. I think it turned out sweeeet!


Here is how the other end looks. When I run the wire I will trim this up nicer -- I just don't know if I have to trim the wires or not until I run them.

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