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What I use but for the life of me, cant remember where I got it


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I wouldnt disagree, thats where i got my led bow lights so its very likely


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Comanche-pup wrote:Image

What I use but for the life of me, cant remember where I got it


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Got same one from Walmart. Made by Atwood.

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Thanks ya'll! I'm throwing some ideas around and wanted to see what was being used. I can't see spending $60 for a single white light. I guess what you're paying for is that USCG approval and R&D for the $3 led fixture.

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Don't know why so important as My boat doesn't have a capacity rating for HP ,Persons and gear weight or flotation, but it came with a boat nav lights and the white vis light mounted on top of the fan cage . Will be adding floatation soon as sinking up here would require a diver or really hefty grappling hook on a barge . I do like that youns use off road 4 wheeler flags . Guess a lot run at night across big water ,the nav light on top of the cage has saved or caught my hat more than once so location ,location is important .haha

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Important so FWC doesnt fine you, same with flag


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