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Subject: Re: Trapper 300 wiring

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Date Posted: 17/04/06 2:22:00
In reply to: Ian 's message, "Re: Trapper 300 wiring" on 16/04/06 22:59:25

I don't have a 300 but I'm a bit confused by this conversation.

The deckglands or decksockets are fitted to the coachroof externally usually so I'm getting confused about what access is required.

are you saying the cables aren't long enough to do this?

When I worked for V-Tronix years ago we produced a waterproof deckgland with a central hole big enough to get a VHF plug through so that there was no need to have an external joint but these weren't popular and I've never seen them since, so all VHF cables have to either go through a deck socket (as on the trapper) or through a pipe with curved top like a walking stick handle as used on some newr models.

Similarly all electrical cables need to do the same.

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