Submersible Lights

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driz
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And don’t forget the dielectric grease on your plugs and connections. If you’re around salt or your rig sits out in wet environments it’s a must.....


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marshman
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What’s the best system/method to route wiring? I usually just use zip ties.. the little clips never stay on and my trailer is box tube..

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LDUBS
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marshman wrote:What’s the best system/method to route wiring? I usually just use zip ties.. the little clips never stay on and my trailer is box tube..
Mine are pulled down the center of the rectangular galvanized tube framing. Rubber grommets are used where the wire(s) enter/exit the channels. This scores high for a neat look and does protect the wires, but makes it harder to inspect/maintain/modify. If someone wanted more access they could run them along the inner side of the frame members using a split wire loom & stainless wire clamps.
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