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Virtually all wiring is located high and accessable by removing panels from under the side decks. All wiring is 10 gauge stranded copper with crimp type connectors used at all junctions or terminals. All wiring is color coded with DC wiring as two wire and AC as three wire. Metallic fittings (through hulls, etc.) below the water line are electrically bonded together with 8 gauge copper wire and connected to the ships common ground. The standard battery configuration consisted of two 12-volt batteries connected in parallel to allow single or combined use and charged from the stock 35 amp Hitachi alternator.