Hello

Im looking for some suggestions.

I'm working on a 1968 38 commander flybridge and need to upgrade both the AC and DC breaker panels with modern units and want to relocate them from under the galley sink. has anyone done this and may have pictures of the new location.

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This is something I want to do as well at some point.    Was thinking to locate it in the area of the A/C Panel.  

Mark

I was going to do it to my 1973 410 but have put it off. I did buy a new panel complete with breakers for AC and DC and two  30 amp shore power and a generator source. New  in box. Available.

John Brock

Do you have any pics or a model number and how much are you looking for 



John Brock said:

I was going to do it to my 1973 410 but have put it off. I did buy a new panel complete with breakers for AC and DC and two  30 amp shore power and a generator source. New  in box. Available.

John Brock



JAMES HEPPNER said:

Do you have any pics or a model number and how much are you looking for 



John Brock said:

I was going to do it to my 1973 410 but have put it off. I did buy a new panel complete with breakers for AC and DC and two  30 amp shore power and a generator source. New  in box. Available.

John Brock

Having trouble uploading photos. If they don't show up please contact me .

John Brock

You could add the photos to your page where you initially placed the photo of your boat.

John Brock said:

Having trouble uploading photos. If they don't show up please contact me .

John Brock

I have some photos. New in original box.  Blue Seas brand.

JAMES HEPPNER said:

Do you have any pics or a model number and how much are you looking for 

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