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Wiring a possible new boat - looking for bids
« on: November 17, 2017, 04:49:37 PM »
Hey guys, 

Who does 100% re-wring of boats in WA or Oregon?  Anyone certified that has huge amounts of experience that can do it?  Anyone have a thought on what an estimate of this nature would be?  Even a educated SWAG as it would give me a base..  It would be for a  34ft x 10.5ft all aluminum pilot house.  (It would be re-powered with new Outboards afterwards) I was figuring complete harness, fuse panel, be able to handle battery charger, 3 radios, 3 screens, wipers, fan, 3 down riggers, 2 wash down pumps, bait tank, alternate pump for bait tank, 2 bilge pumps,  flood light, deck lights, interior lights, cabin lights, I am sure there are a couple more basic connections.  Sounds like a lot of stuff but it really isn't much more than most have on their existing boats... What do you think an estimate ballpark for something of that nature - all wiring? 

Regards,  Mike