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Boat headlights

Postby aunt betty » Mon Dec 03, 2012 3:21 pm

I bought a pair of cheap auxiliary lights at a farm store. They came with two lamps, a switch, and some wire.
The boat already had fat wires to the front for a trolling motor. All I needed to do was add a relay and wire it.
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Later on I built a plywood box to surround the lights. Protects them from sticks as you can see in this video.
These lights work good enough that I can get through that mess in the dark without using a spotlight at all. They cost me $20.
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Re: Boat headlights

Postby Brandillionaire » Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:55 pm

Nice video. Good navigating skills...
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Re: Boat headlights

Postby Burruel » Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:36 am

That's great! I'm stealing that idea. Going to see if I can modify it to work with the war eagle tlock system, and have something removable.
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