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How to hook up 2 new batteries

I Have a 1988 Mack Body type/Model FB 8 ton Truck with Electric lift tailgate.
My 2 batteries have been stolen and I am left with the problem of how to hook up the new batteries. I have a large Red cable, a large Black cable, a medium black cable and a short jumper cable.

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SERIES HOOK UP-pos+ to neg- . One pos+ out of one battery and the neg-ground out the other one,
PARALLEL- pos+topos+ neg-to neg-, coming out of either side....

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Hook them up in parallel, pos to pos, neg to neg from one battery to another, then pos cable to battery prs and ground cable to neg battery

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