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Location: Kingston Washington
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Re: Electrical Spaghetti 1981/CS 27
I'd recommend a ratcheting crimper. For heavy cables I got the compression fittings and used the crimper at at the west marine store that they use for rigging. I used regular shrink tube in interior dry spaces and the tubing with the glue inside on exterior wet wiring. Same with the tinned wire. Use a Brother labeler for flags marking the wire. Got my samller gage crimp fittings at radio shack or the hardware store. Where I needed to make up a connection box I got one at either radio shack or the hardware and just installed the fuses switches etc into the box. The GFI should be marine grade. I used more fuses than breakers lower cost. My local marine consignment had a good selection of new electrical components at low cost.