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Old 19 December 2013, 04:55   #11
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Old 19 December 2013, 05:57   #12
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Originally Posted by Erin View Post
Second hole with a double witches hat rubber grommet thing.
Shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a boat!!!!

The teleflex bulkhead fittings are neat, or something like these... Bainbridge Marine > Index Marine Aluminium Cable Glands

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Old 22 December 2013, 11:47   #13
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I use old hoover pipe , the guys from the local recycling centre save them for me and I give them a quid each for them, just make sure that you don't get the type with steel reinforcing in (rare)
Obviously that's only the one diameter but they look exactly the same as in the pics.

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