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Dust cover for cables #14138958 09/23/21 07:19 PM
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Anyone have a good source / method for capping the ends when I do not have the units mounted? Boat stays on a slip so we take the electronics off each time but I'd like to not have the cable ends exposed to elements/bugs etc. when not in use.

Re: Dust cover for cables [Re: RidgeM] #14139083 09/23/21 09:33 PM
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Quick wrap with a plastic like Reynolds wrap would be cheap and easy.

Re: Dust cover for cables [Re: RidgeM] #14139157 09/23/21 10:55 PM
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Obviously depends on the brand, but Home Depot carries some rubber caps that slip on. Typically bears the bolts/screws, in the specialty drawers.

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