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DirtTrailMedia

How to pull RCA's from one side to other

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DirtTrailMedia

What's the best way to run 4 pair of RCA's from the driver side over to the storage compartment where the batteries and amps are on the other side of the boat?

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Have a new problem, didn't want to make a 2nd thread.

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Roush611

I think a lot of people run them around the bow

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mikeo

personally I used a fish tape* and pulled wire through the 2" square hull support. It's a shorter run and put the cables right where you need them.

* Really I "cheated" and used the RF Punch wire to pull some paracord through and then pulled enough paracord that I could leave enough (neatly) on either side to fish things back and forth if I ever needed to again.

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ahopkinsVTX
7 hours ago, Roush611 said:

I think a lot of people run them around the bow

I did this and it was extremely easy!

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DirtTrailMedia
On 9/26/2016 at 11:22 PM, Roush611 said:

I think a lot of people run them around the bow

That's what I ended up doing, super easy. I had 4 sets of RCA cables and the 3 wires for the Exile Zone Controller - I just tape them all into 1 and just need to zip tie them up with the vent hose that runs from one side to the other.

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