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    Has anyone tried these? Liquid Lite

    Seems like a simple install, without drilling any holes.

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    Blues46 wrote:
    Has anyone tried these? http://"http://theliquidlite.com/" w.../> Liquid Lite

    Seems like a simple install, without drilling any holes.
    Sometimes you scratch your head and say to yourself, "Why didn't I think of that"

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      #3
      Exactly! Then I say to myself, what if it leaks, do the wires "twist" and break when I take it out? I probably worry too much!:hypnotysed:

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        #4
        If only I still had a drain plugops

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          #5
          My boat neighbor has a blue drain plug light (not sure if it's the same brand though) looked alright especially if you were paranoid to drill a hole in your boat. The brightness was okay. All in all it's not a bad deal. He is going to go with the real kind this spring as he wants to add more than one. But to attract fish and have the cool factor it should be fine.

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            #6
            I'll buy 2 if Daisy Duke installs it for me.
            " WET EVER "
            1989 2459 TROPHY OFFSHORE 5.8L COBRA / SX
            mmsi 338108404
            mmsi 338124956
            "I started with nothing and still have most of it left"

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              #7
              Why didn't I think of that? A little pricy for my budget but it looks good.

              I'm still playing with clamping one to the swimstep support and run the wire through thr hole for the depth transducer. I wonder if it will interfear?
              Carl
              2452

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                #8
                I have 3x 50 watter halogen of my own design installed on Midnight Sun. I can tell you a 50 watt bulb gives out about 450 lumen and I have 3 which does a good job. 1 single 370 lumen (as they advertise) just is not going to cut it IMHO. Idea is very good but they need to increase that output to around 700 lumen to make it really attractive.
                Cheers, Hans
                2007 Carver 41 CMY
                Twin Volvo D6-370
                Montreal, Canada
                Midnight Sun I Photos

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                  #9
                  http://www.thefountainguys.com/

                  This is what I have mounted on my trim tabs. Two of the composite ones on each tab. I replace the 50 w bulbs with the blue and green 3 watt leds and they look cool and have not leaked in two years. I am thinking of trying one of the new stainless with lens. I drilled a hole on each side just above the water line, ran the wires to switches and to the battery. I just pulled one of the lens screws and drilled a hole into the L stiffner on the tab and made a small L stainless bracket and mounted it to the tab and to the yard stake swivel mountscrew hole. I bought the ones with the swivel mount and stake because the wires were long and did not have to splice. The hole drilled was the same size as the wire and sealed with silicone so it can easily be removed and replaced. And no holes under the waterline. I seen these on an old post several years ago and the cool part is I can angle the tabs down for fuish lighting.

                  Light conversion

                  LUMENS LED INCADESCENT

                  450 4-5 WATT 40 WATT

                  800 6-8 WATT 60 WATT

                  1,100 9-13 WATT 75 WATT

                  Rock

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