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Old 12-01-2018, 12:27 AM   #1
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I am going to do a well needed update and install a windless on my 95 3200 SCR, the only problem is there isn't any wiring laid into the hull up into the anchor locker, (I don't know why they don't do this straight from the factory), anyway....I was trying to figure out the best route, and it looks to be under the valance that runs along the Starboard side above the dinette table, where the side hull meets the top, the only problem is, I'm not sure how to get that valance off because there aren't any visible screws, and it's too tight to be velcroed, so I'm wondering if there is anyone here who has had those off, that can enlighten me? I have an educated guess maybe it can be confirmed, my guess is possibly hidden screws under the rub rail? Or if anyone has done this already has a different routing or tips!
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I believe your guess is correct as shrew said thatís how it was on his 2800.
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Hi All,
I am going to do a well needed update and install a windless on my 95 3200 SCR, the only problem is there isn't any wiring laid into the hull up into the anchor locker, (I don't know why they don't do this straight from the factory), anyway....I was trying to figure out the best route, and it looks to be under the valance that runs along the Starboard side above the dinette table, where the side hull meets the top, the only problem is, I'm not sure how to get that valance off because there aren't any visible screws, and it's too tight to be velcroed, so I'm wondering if there is anyone here who has had those off, that can enlighten me? I have an educated guess maybe it can be confirmed, my guess is possibly hidden screws under the rub rail? Or if anyone has done this already has a different routing or tips!
Thanks in advance,
Mike

That is the same cable route is used on my 2800 scr. I was just there this past weekend running some cables ..
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Old 12-04-2018, 02:49 PM   #4
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That piece of marine upholstered vinyl covering where the deck and hull seam are joined is screwed in from the exterior through the rub rail.

To get from the engine compartment to the helm, Stbd is the recommended route. however, to get from the engine compartment to anchor locker, you would run up the port side. It would run through the back of the lower cabinets in the galley.

You will more than likely need to remove all of the drawers and the fridge to route up the port side. Follow the AC ducting.
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