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post #86 of Old 04-15-2019
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Re: Realistic expectations for my house batteries

That's all true, but for heavy stuff like tankage and batteries, as a general rule lower the better.

A keel **could** be designed with a space for banks and tanks to get "slotted in" just above its ballast lead.

With modules of compensating blocks attached in those spaces while the weight design is kept "as stock", to be removed as the aftermarket weight is installed there in its place.

Routing channels for a "lowest points" collection plumbing for bilge pumps, combined with third-party designs for low-profile "waterproof" battery modules, intra-bank connection terminations at busses just under removable plates at or above the sole level. . .
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