I've picked up a couple of nice BLC lights, but they have had the original cable entry holes knocked oversize to suit flexy stainless wire conduits. What size hole should be there? And would it have just had a rubber grommet to protect the wires from wearing on the edge? I might just clean the holes up and re-use the conduits, but what does everyone else do? Also, I don't suppose anyone repros the brass tags? A previous owner (or his painter) sanded them smooth before painting over them The first pic shows one of them: the metal is punched through and rolled over crudely on the inside. The other shows the better of the two tags.