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This week we swap the old cranking batteries for new ones, and why I think heavier batteries are better. In our 1985 Sea Ray Weekender 300. I also talk a little bit about why I didn’t wire the port side engine yet.

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Thanks for watching. There’s more videos to come as I fix up my 1985 Sea Ray Weekender 300 with twin Mercruisers.

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