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What is This? #199363
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Looks like the cap part of a liquidtight connector assembly.

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How about...an 'S' fuse adaptor that was slightly butched?


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Just the outer shell part of some sort of screw in light bulb base.

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Armoured cable bushing?

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Looking at the thread spacing....perhaps you got it Thiggy!


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Armour from a MIMS cable ?


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spot on Thiggy

i see these quite a lot ....

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Is this one that has been removed after being installed? The right side of it looks a little rough.

Re: What is This? [Re: thiggy] #199430
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Originally Posted by thiggy
Armoured cable bushing?

Ding Ding Ding!!

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It's a brass "Anti-short" bushing for old armor cable wiring. The following pictures show how it was suppose to be installed.

The only thing wrong here is that I only have a piece of new MC cable and I didn't have a piece of an old armor cable, but you should get the idea.

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