The closest I’ve seen to a waterproof rigging tube and flange is made by TH Marine but you won’t get all that in it.
you can't beat gravity. Is there enough length in the lines to pull and create a drip loop or bend below the opening. Is it possible to raise the hole and fitting? 45 degree plastic pipe fitting angled down?You could try liquid electrical tape. It’s pretty flexible and tough. I would open the boot up and try to cover all the wires with it and then tighten down with a new zip tie before it dries.
Yup its a pain it gets in there. It Also happens when loading on the trailer. That little surge of water. Just dry it and leave hatches open. Andrew also check the o-rings on your drain plugs. Sometimes they pinch and dont seal well. Also whats the purpose of that drain plug next to your harness? Mines open all the time
Sounds better than the foam so I think I’ll go this route. I’m the same very OCD hahI have and yes... I run tiller skiffs so less wires but it worked well for me...put the time in it will work... half ass it and u get what u get... I'm pretty OCD....
Unfortunately where my hardness is located it comes in through the back of the splashwell, which honestly isn’t the biggest issue for water intrusion it’s more so when I spray down the boat/ splasheeel and motor the water runs in through the wiring harness boot as it runs down the wires. The silicone sounds like the best way to seal it all up. I’m going to try it out this week.I'm not absolutely positive, but you may have just created a new oxymoron.
Pretty sure water tight and wiring harness are words that don't go together.
Like jumbo shrimp, a little pregnant, authentic reproduction...
Between 100% humidity, condensation and submersion, it doesn't exist.
All you can do is run the wiring up as high as possible and try to keep it dry.
Sorry I can't be of actual help...running wiring through the bilge is not the best idea.
Yet it's the most used method I see.