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Old 08-01-2020, 08:04 AM
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Default Nu-relic giant hole for S boots? Better way

Looking at the install directions for my nu-relics. Its suggesting i drill a 7/8" hole in my body and doors.. I am like that a huge hole.. I dunno if I like that for two 12 gauge wires....

Does anyone have a better option for running two 12 gauge wired through the door jamb?

PS I have no door speakers. no pwer locks.. just these two wires needed.
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This is the smallest loom piece I found in a search. Most want a 3/4" or larger hole, this one is about 3/8" (25/64).

https://www.amazon.com/Door-Wire-Sma.../dp/B078P6DYQM



Google door jamb wire loom for several other options
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This is the smallest loom piece I found in a search. Most want a 3/4" or larger hole, this one is about 3/8" (25/64).

https://www.amazon.com/Door-Wire-Sma.../dp/B078P6DYQM



Google door jamb wire loom for several other options
Thanks Jody have you used those? if so did you make align the holes or "S" them ? I may be over complicating this .. just don't want to pinch the wires when door closes.. I think the s approaxh forces a more tolerable bend in the wire.
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I have not used them. I like the "S" shaped molded rubber ones, but all the ones I saw were larger holes.
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