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    99 Capri 1850 Bow Light-gctid817592

    Hopefully someone can give me a little advice before I order a new bow light.

    Long story short, my bi-color bow light is at the bottom of the lake. Joy!! If I recall it was just a Perko bi-color standard light, nothing fancy. I've narrowed it down to 2 units on the perko catalog.

    If anyone know which one it is please let me know.

    http://www.perko.com/catalog/navigat...i-color_light/

    http://www.perko.com/catalog/navigat...i-color_light/

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    It may or may not help you, but mine is the first design. Since you have it off, you may want to consider replacing with an LED fixture. I swapped mine a number of years back and am very happy I did. No heat and very little draw.

    I can't help but ask...how exactly did your nav light end up at the bottom of the drink?
    Mocoondo
    2002 Bayliner 195 Capri
    Mercruiser 5.0L V8 / Alpha I Gen II
    MMSI: 338091755

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      "Mocoondo" post=817753 wrote:
      It may or may not help you, but mine is the first design. Since you have it off, you may want to consider replacing with an LED fixture. I swapped mine a number of years back and am very happy I did. No heat and very little draw.

      I can't help but ask...how exactly did your nav light end up at the bottom of the drink?
      I rarely boat at night but law says I have to have it, looking for cheapest alternative, I will look at LED. As to how my light went swimming....

      Sitting at the dock/pier waiting to load back onto the trailer, idiot roars inside the launch and throws a big wave, bow dips, slides under the dock and pooooof. off she went swimming.

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