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Scanstrut Multi Deck Seal, Anyone Use Them?

Old 09-09-2014, 12:17 PM
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I'm adding 3 more cables through the top of the console on my small 17' CC. I've already got a few Blue Sea cable clams in use, and was originally thinking that I'd be adding 3 more. Then I stumbled on the Strutscan Multi Deck Seal, which will accommodate most of my power and transducer cables. Wonder if anyone has used this product or if there is a better solution. The console top is exposed to the elements and there is limited space available. Thanks, Mark
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I have not used the Multi seal but have two of the single cable seals in stainless, great product.
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+1 great product, I installed a ScanStrut multi seal on my 18' centre console to accommodate x2 HDS, previously there was just a big hole with cables coming out...



The best way to seal up cables while looking good too.

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