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Old 05-12-2018, 10:36 PM
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Default Batt cables through gear towers?

I'm almost done wiring my 8. Basic VFR with a few extra wiring items (still tight). My goal is to have all the wiring hidden so going forward into the baggage area is no go.

Question is for guys who have the solenoids behind the firewall (want those hidden as well) I'm running out of room to run the alternator and starter wires (both 4 AWG welding wire from B&C). Don't really want to drill another wiring hole through the left gear tower. Could run it along the floor and cover it somehow.

Any other solutions to this?
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