Does anyone know if there are drainage holes in Ribcraft under-deck trunking for cables, fuel pipes, steering cables, etc? This is on a 2010 boat.
Only reason I ask is that when I was replacing corroded wiring for the engine earlier in the year the cables came out wet, (Tohatsu don't use tinned wiring).
There is a rubber grommet at the exit end at the transom. I sikaflexed this in position. There's plastic flange to secure it in place with stainless steel self-tappers. Only thing I can think of is that water has got in - as it's almost impossible to make this completely waterproof - as water can probably still get in between the rubber grommet and the cables (of which there are many). There is a hull drainage bung, but in the 2 years I've had the boat, hardly a dribble comes out. Any way to remove the water in the trunking - assuming there's some sloshing around in there?