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Old 06-05-2007, 09:29 PM
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Would these affect performance of the tab? I think they'd be kinda cool, other than i dont spend much time on the outside of my boat at nite but I wonder how itd look at speed. I imagine lakepatrol would throw a fit. I got pulled over for having my docking lights on one time (didnt know they were on)..

anyone have these?
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hey i like those. i have wanted to put some alternate lighting on my boat for use while docked or at anchor. i would suggest not useing them while running though, any other lighting, other than coast guard regulation, is extremely distracting (no matter how "cool" it looks ).
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How would you adapt them to K-Planes?
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they have a flat bracket on them also to mount to k-planes. If thats what you meant.. not sure if itd fit over the ribbed portion of it though
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SCRATCH that idea! I pulled up their website, $895 plus $75 install kit.. not worth it in my book.. i thought they'd have a much lower reserve..

http://www.hurleymarine.com/Tab_Lights.html
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All those underwater lights are $$$$$$. Had a customer who wanted them , had a few really , just nobody paying up.
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www.underwaterlights.com They looked real cool until I saw the price..
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