I assume that the 2 batteries are in parallel & the batteries are grounded to the vehicle body & frame also
so I have to think, why would you go off the battery isolator & not directly to the rear, unless it allows you to turn it off?
I would have one line (power cable) running to the rear & one fuse with a distrubition box or the inverter etc
each device is most likely to have its own fuse in its power cable/connection anyhow plus some sort of shut off switch in the rear would be a bonus
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