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Old 03-04-2003, 10:45 PM
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Anyone know were I can find one? I am sick of going to the back and having it flicker and what not.

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Old 03-04-2003, 10:49 PM
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Yes, I'll dig up the info back at the office.

They're around $130.
You can get black plastic trim or chromed plastic trim.
4' extension or 5' extension.

I ordered 3 last Christmas. Two for friends and one for me. Haven't decided if I'm going to use mine or not. The factory Formula mast has exactly the right angles to not blind me while driving. I hate to give that up, cause it's not that big of a deal to crawl back and pop it on.

Might consider selling mine. Never out of the box.
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Jon,

Innovative lighting in Algona Ia.
makes a light like your looking for,
I will get their address and other info
and post tomarrow (info's at the office)

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jt29 is right, my Nordic has an Innovative Lighting unit and it works real nice.

Innovative Lighting Inc.
813 N Roan St.
PO Box 494
Algona, IA 50511
515-295-9391

I have the owners manual with the specs if you'd like me to fax some pages to you.

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mcollinstn: Let me know if you want to sell it I may be interested. Is yours the chrome or black one?

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Jon, I've got one on my boat. It came that way. I love it!
On mine, after I turn it on/raise it up, if I put the switch in the down position, it will flash SOS. It's a 3 position switch.

I don't know who made it.
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Audiofn, what makes you want one of these all of a sudden?
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Team I saw them at the Boston Boat show on a Baja and then you reminded me to ask about them

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They are the s***!!!

My next question, what are you doing up so early after being up so late?
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