If the Paladin is decent quality and ratcheting then I think you will be fine with it. I would talk to the manufacturer to see what set of dies they reccommend for insulated terminals. I am thinking it is 2029, but it is best to make sure.
I already have a 1300-series frame. It currently has RG-58/-59/-8X dies in it. I can purchase the 2040 die set (single-crimp insulated, 22-10 AWG) for a bit over $25 from Amazon.
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I've seen many recommendations for them.
The only places I used heat shrink terminals was in locations that will get wet (bilge) or are very hard to get to later.
So, after much research and consideration, here's what I'm thinking: The only terminations that are likely to get wet, regularly, if any, are in-line splices. So I'm thinking single-crimp adhesive heat-shrink butt splice connectors and double-crimp ring, or maybe even hook, terminals. In fact, as I posted elsewhere, it just occurred to me the other day that my employer uses billions of double-crimp ring terminals, in a wide range of wire and stud sizes, in manufacturing. The good stuff, too--like T&B and Panduit. I can get them at our cost. Even better: A colleague told me he had a spare double-crimp tool I could have, if it would suit my needs.
If you have any questions about wiring the P30, let me know. I rewired my entire boat 4 years ago. Most of it was pretty straight forward.
In fact, I do: How do you get (new) wire/cable between the area of the switch/fuse panel and the mast step? I'd like to put an antenna on the masthead, and some day I'd like to put a wind transducer set up there.