Seachoice® Cable Thru Hull Fitting

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Seachoice® Cable Thru Hull Fitting.

Keep your craft in ship-shape with top-notch parts for bottom dollar! Water-tight Thru Hull Fitting for routing antenna and electronics cables.

Self-attaching, no additional hardware required. Accepts single or double cable. 2" maximum hull thickness, requires 3/4" hole. Available in black or white.

State Color, as available in the Shopping Cart. Order ONLINE Now!

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  1. 5 stars
    This item is SUPER! I showed it to my marine mechanic and he will order multiples!
  2. 5 stars
    Looks a lot better than just feeding a wire thru the hull and was easy to install
  3. 4 stars
    Good product, did the job.
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