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Old 01-03-2010, 12:11 PM
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good ? also it would be nice if they would let you see how much they cost with out going through a lot of chit
it cost 500 dollars for the 72 watts set on yachtlight.com
that's very cheap
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I've got one Lumatech Blue/ white switchable.. 3000 lumens light left. I will take 200 for it. I bought 10 and installed 9 on my post. Brand enw in the box.

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Where and how do these mount?
In Tallahassee Florida. Transom mount/ require a 1/2" hole for the wire.

I have it listed on Ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_510wt_1167

I only have one but if you search ebay for another... there are a few. Mine is the cheapest... free shipping. I bought 10 for my 47' Post and ended up using 9(3 pods of 3).
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Ive not heard of that one. Shadow Casters are 3000 lumens and are $679
I just checked back to this thread and I am glad I did. That is a way better deal. I especially like the fact that they are self contained, so you do not need to mount regulators inside the bilge. Do you have any details on the strobe?
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Whats the cost of doing this? Is there anyone in the Northeast that would do the install?
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Whats the cost of doing this? Is there anyone in the Northeast that would do the install?
go to the ocean LED site. I think the A6's are 4-500 each. Get two of them. Installation is basic if you have any sort of mehanical skill what-so-ever. Drill the hole, fill it with sealer, run the wire through, run the power to your battery and a wire to an extra switch in the dash. Or to make it even easier, put the switch just inside the engine hatch.

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go to the ocean LED site. I think the A6's are 4-500 each. Get two of them. Installation is basic if you have any sort of mehanical skill what-so-ever. Drill the hole, fill it with sealer, run the wire through, run the power to your battery and a wire to an extra switch in the dash. Or to make it even easier, put the switch just inside the engine hatch.

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What sealer did you use?
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What sealer did you use?
Weeeeeeell, I didn't do the install. but I saw them (teauge) using a clear marine sealant. The hole for the wire is only about a 1/4" so it's not too invasive.
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