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Can someone tell me what these are “officially” called? Trying to search for them but grommet, sleeve etc. have yielded nothing. Thanks.
 
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WA, MT or somewhere else!
RV Year
2018
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
Mountain Aire 4047
RV Length
40'
TOW/TOAD
2014 Honda CR-V
Can you tell us what it is used for or what it does? What brand/model of RV it is used on? Without some context, it is pretty hard to help you.

TJ
 
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It is used as a sleeve through the camper floor. Cabling and/or pipe is run through this sleeve from the inside of the camper to the undercarriage. The flange at the top is screwed to the floor and just holds the sleeve in place. After the cabling or pipe is routed through, the sleeve is filled with a sealant like silicone. My camper is a 1998 Trail-Lite Bantam. I had to tear out the floor so I am repulling/rerouting most my electrical, gas and water lines that go to the undercarriage. Thanks.
 
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Location
AZ
RV Year
1983
RV Make
Alpinelite
RV Length
26'
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2016 Ram 1500
Fulltimer
Yes
I would call it a bushing.
 
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RV Length
40'
TOW/TOAD
2014 Honda CR-V
Try something like “cable feed-through bushing” or just “feed-through bushing.” Good luck.

TJ
 
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