Anchor light source

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rost495
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Anchor light source

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Contemplating putting my bow lights as seperate lights on my cage also...

But the main thing now, I saw a flat low profile anchor light the other day. Inside the top of the cage, no "pole" on it etc... but 360 light. Man would that be the way to go. No way for limbs and stuff to knock it off. Don't want a screw on light cover obviously, but a bulb cover held on by bolts...

Sources please, I've googled a bit and can't quite come up with what I"m after.

Thanks, Jeff

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Here's what we use, mount it inside the cage like you said. Great low-pro light.

http://www.attwoodmarine.com/store/product/5580
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Thats great!!!! Will get one and see if they also have seperate red/green ones too. Or at least an LED combo to replace the old front one.

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Remember NOT to go 100% LEDS - They don't have a signature that can be seen by Night Vision / FLIR used by Search and Rescue Ops - Just incase something happens.. Leave an incandescent light on the boat somewhere...

I have The ATTWOOD Lights front and rear and i am very happy with them. I left a single white beehive light between the rudders that is incandescent.. Plus it illuminates your rudders and prop ...

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Post by PeaRiverOpossum »

Might want to look through my post. I've posted a few times about led nav lights. Also, I am working with a company that is developing more uscg approved led nav lights.

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