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Old 07-06-2012, 16:26   #1
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Gezzerfying Decadence I

I'm starting to Gezzerfy Decadence I, while I continue my search for an assisted living marina.
My latest addition is a windlass and am looking for suggestions on how best to penetrate and seal the anchor locker to accommodate power & control wiring? My first thought was to us two(2) PVC LB's from the electrical trade and silicone both LB's or the ENT ends after install. I first trade is a Master Electrician, so that's my frame of reference. Any other ideas are more than welcome!!!
Thanks for any thoughts
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