After a bit of research on the forum I feel as though I have a general idea of what I want to do when it comes to a dual battery system. The question I have is how do people normally get their power cables in the bed of their truck? I have a 2016 Tacoma with a shell on top and there doesn't seem to be an easy access point to the bed without drilling holes. Is this just a necessarily evil when it comes to setting up a dual battery system? I'm not opposed to drilling, just trying to see if there might be an option that I'm missing.
My system will be pretty simple: ARB50 fridge, couple of LED camp lights, and 12v/usb charging ports for batteries. For now, I plan on just mounting my house battery in a battery box and attach it in the bed of the truck. Maybe at somepoint I'll spend the money and get a fancy mount to move the system to the engine bay.
**Whatever works for second gen Tacoma's should also work for the third gen.