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Old 09-16-2018, 11:11 AM   #1
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Would anyone know where I can source rear door rubber conduits so I can run cables to my rear doors.
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Old 09-16-2018, 01:56 PM   #2
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Would anyone know where I can source rear door rubber conduits so I can run cables to my rear doors.
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To my knowledge there are no read door rubber conduits/boots. All OEM power to the rear doors is provided via contact plates and spring loaded pins.

The 270 degree door opening will be difficult to accommodate with rubber boots or a looped harness. That said, I believe that the NCV3 models and Ford Transit use harness loops even with 270 opening doors. Those doors/pillars are designed for that though.

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Perhaps the Transit/E-series/NCV3 parts can be adapted to the T1N doors? Commercial overhead doors often have moving connections with pads and conduit, so maybe search in that domain?

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There are two spots on each door for those contact plates. You can get three contacts for each. I think the best source of these is a junk yard these days.
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There are two spots on each door for those contact plates. You can get three contacts for each. I think the best source of these is a junk yard these days.
True, but if the application is lights or speakers, you may wish them to function with the door open...
Another domain to investigate are spiral cables: https://www.google.ca/search?q=12+awg+spiral+cable

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