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Old 02-08-2014, 19:29   #16
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Re: More than one Cable in a Cable Clam?

I just ordered two of the scanmar clams. I'll call that good.


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Old 22-02-2020, 06:37   #17
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Re: More than one Cable in a Cable Clam?

I spoke to scanstrut tech about doing this. They recommended freezing the disk to help make it drill better and try for no slits if possible. I’m glad that others have done this before with success.
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Old 22-02-2020, 06:51   #18
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Re: More than one Cable in a Cable Clam?

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Simple enough: can you put more than one cable in a cable clam? I have my solar panel cord and my stern light wire, I'd like to have them in one deck fitting. Can I tape them together and put them in one cable clam? Or do I need a series of them? I have the same problem at the mast.

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The common deck waterproof pass thru for multiple cables is called a swan neck

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Re: More than one Cable in a Cable Clam?

So funny to see old threads revived.

Cables were clamped, boat was launched, trip was made. Boat was sold three years ago. Somewhat happy living on land since then but I do pine occasionally for the water.

Sailed from Baltimore to New Brunswick Canada and back. It was a great trip.
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