I'm in the works of a 3k Watt build. This a first for me. I've been scouring the net for the best
deals on the parts required for such a build. Some of those deals have been once in a life time deals,
but every once and a while there is one that I can share. This is one of those. It's hard to imagine
Monster Cable products and good deal in the same sentence, but it's true. Normally one is left to his
own devices when passing 1/0 gauge cable through sheet metal. I picked these up from Amazon.com
I really couldn't find any dimensional info on them, so I took a gamble in hopes they'd work with my
1/0 radaflex welding cable. Luckily they sinched down on my cable no problem.
corrosion resistant, which means plastic. I'd avoid putting them any closer than 8 inches to any
exhaust components. Here are some pics.
Fully compressed the inside diameter measured .570" at the smallest diameter and .620 at the largest
Overall length was about 1.650" give or take. :P
For the through hole I recommend a 1" hole saw. A little filing might be required.
The hex on the main body is just over 1.250"
Max diameter through the main body is .750"
The compression nut measured just over 1.250" like the main body.
The through hole on the compression nut measured .725" a bit smaller than the through hole on the main
body. Looks like there is enough material on it that you could file some off if you needed it to be a
Here is some info not pictured.
Jam Nut Dims: Thickness .270" Hex Size across the flats 1.387"
Max panel thickness this item can be used on is .250"
Thanks for looking.