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they make them out of steel or aluminum too, which means you can get them good and tight in the sheet metal and they will not be knocked off with tree branches, a couple of washers with rubber and the roof steel sandwiched between them would be even better to mount them in! https://www.grainger.com/product/HUB...rumbCatId=8812
Please send link again. The link above didn't work for me??
These cable glands fit precisely, to the thread, into the circular holes:
uxcell 10 Pcs Black Plastic Waterproof Cable Glands M20 x 1.5 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007Q846A4..._jxx9wb78QRVJ5
They fit in the oval holes too with a sliced-in-half-lengthwise rubber grommet from this kit:
125pc Rubber Grommet & Plug Assortment - Includes Solid Plugs - Automotive, Airplane, Marine Applications https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00552Q1P6..._Syx9wbS3J5CZ6
This smaller gland size works beautifully as well for the circular hole:
10 Pcs PG9 Black Waterproof Cable Gland Connectors https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BXWVLNE..._6zx9wb4W5YJ3X
I sealed with this stuff:
3M Marine 5200 Adhesive Sealant, Black, 3 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000Y89JC8..._VFx9wb91K343V
Here's my install that squeezed 2 16gauge and 2 14gauge wires through the smaller PG9 gland, and 2 10gauge and 4 14gauge wires through the larger.
I think these are quite un-butt, personally.
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