Waterproof junction box for reversing camera cable (1 Viewer)

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Having bought some reversing cameras so that hopefully Mrs Badknee will feel safer while driving knowing what's behind her I'm a bit worried about drilling big holes in the rear end. The MoHo not Angela's :D
The cameras come with ready wired connection plug on them, two each cameras so any hole is going to have to be a minimum of 12mm and possibly more like 15/18 to get all four through one hole.
On one of the threads somewhere there was a box shown that had two gland fittings that I could mount with those pointing down if the gland is big enough and if anyone can remember posting it please?:notworthy2:
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plenty available on ebay.
Yes there is your right, but someone put a link up to one that would be ideal and I can't find it on eBay nor at Maplins.
 

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Try a search for roof gland cable entry .
Just removed single cam in favour of twin cam you may find you may need to fill with sicalex as the one you require may not close up tight enough around cable
 

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I did my Autocruise on the roof rather than drill the back
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That's the one Andy! Much obliged have a manly cyber hug, ooooer Mrs. :D

If I use that one facing down the rain won't get through the glands, says he hoping :LOL:
 

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