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Old 10-07-2015, 13:21   #1
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Deck wire goosneck fitting

Stainless goosneck.
Not positive what it was made for. I believe it is for running wires up on deck, so water can't get below. I was going to use it for my wing generator wires.
Nice fitting. 1" diameter tubing. 5" high. 3" diameter base.
$20, including shipping.
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