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Old 11-04-2019, 11:52   #1
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electric plugs

Hi again
Can someone identify these plugs so as to get replacements or the missing parts
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Old 11-04-2019, 12:03   #2
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Re: electric plugs

Why not replace with a new one instead of parts? They look like they might be Perko parts.
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Yes Paul, I would do that, but would be nice to fit the same ones if I can find them.

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Re: electric plugs

Those are Perko and they are no where near water proof or corrosion resistant. I replace mine with industrial rated watertight plastic connectors years ago that are excellent.


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Re: electric plugs

go by many names, water-tight split Cable Glands

Cable Bushings

Cord Grip Connectors

Strain relief is more secure.

Marine context often called "clams" https://www.defender.com/category.js...986&id=2289996
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Old 11-04-2019, 12:39   #6
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Re: electric plugs

The Cables comes from the misan mast so itīs best with a plugI think
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