Your ground lead scan run from one individual point, ie, a distribution block run off of one of your batteries ground post would be sufficient as long as all three of your batteries are grounded directly to the frame.
Ok so right now I have my starter battery (I got rid of the 3 runs of 1/0 and went to 1 run of 4/0 ,but a positive and a negative so technically 2 runs of 4/0 ) and the 2 supplementary d3100's
Now when I had the 1/0 wire I had 3 runs from positive to positive to positive and the grounds were ran to the chassis from ground and I read online that if you don't run a ground from your first battery back that you'll get inadequate charging and possibly damage the batteries. So I dumped the 1/0 and went with 4/0 for space reasons . My alternator is 370amp JS and the 4/0 is rated at 700 amps so I figured 1 run would be ok. So right now I have the positive to positive to positive and the negative to negative to negative to chassis's.
Could eliminating that 1 extra run of 1/0 made a difference in charging ? I know this is a lot of questions and I do appreciate all your help!
Should I not have the negative's in in parallel. Or is what I'm doing ok.. it does definitely charge slower since I did that but I added another battery so I thought that it might but be that I have to many batteries. Is that possible . Or should I ground the negative's as you were saying above?