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    ok, so how are you guys running/sealing the cable through the trasom? please post pics and links to where you got the hardware. Rex didnt really have anything but a ghetto looking mount that i saw.

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    Go to an electrical supply house, Lowes, ect. and get a 3/4" Strain relief connector.
    Run your cable through it, and tighten it down.

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    Yo peep these bad boys!

    http://www.cpperformance.com/detail.aspx?ID=1526


    should be what your looking for!
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    This is whats on my boat:



    This is a strain relief connector like Ken mentioned, not sure if this is what Lowes would have or not.... Looks pretty cool though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by little squirt View Post
    Yo peep these bad boys!

    http://www.cpperformance.com/detail.aspx?ID=1526


    should be what your looking for!
    You're right, but you can buy those all day long for half the money at an electrical supply house (as Ken F had said). I use Graybar here in Phoenix. $15.00

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    I bought one of these, bored them out to 5/8(I think) and the 43 series cable fit through. There is enough material there to do it.

    EDIT didn't realize the whole page would post, its part 456117 for the 33 series.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken F View Post
    Go to an electrical supply house, Lowes, ect. and get a 3/4" Strain relief connector.
    Run your cable through it, and tighten it down.

    Ken
    will the 3/4 tighten down to be water tight on a 43 series cable?
    I have always used a 1/2 and had to work it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    will the 3/4 tighten down to be water tight on a 43 series cable?
    I have always used a 1/2 and had to work it on.
    Yeah, that's what I used on both my diverter and reverse cables. There's just enough room diameter-wise to get the cable ends through when all the nuts, washers etc. are removed.

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    This is the new one we make in house ,machined ,annodized and postive internal seal made for 1/2 npt or Berk transom adaptors,under 25 bucks ,very clean piece Tom

    Last edited by jetboatperformance; 03-20-2008 at 02:48 PM.

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