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Re: Mast wiring strain relief

The old wiring in my mast was run through foam. After years of slight moisture getting in the mast through the head as well as baking in the summer, the foam turned to dust and muddied up my bilge constantly as it came down from inside the mast. I do not suggest this as a long term solution.

Dave
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