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Attwood 3-Mile Anchor/Masthead Light - 12V - 12

Attwood 3-Mile Anchor/Masthead Light - 12V - 12
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3-Mile Anchor/Masthead Light
Part #: 7201-7

3-Mile, 360 degree light visibility for use on boats up to 65.6 ft. (20 meters)

  • Big cam-lock handle is easy to grasp. Once locked, stays locked in normal conditions. Can not vibrate loose.
  • In extreme conditions, if a 12ft./lb. force hits the base, the cam-lock releases and allows base to swing down. This new feature reduces chance of breakage to base or pole.
  • All wiring is concealed and protected within the pivoting base.
  • The rail-mount adapter is an easy way to fit cam-lock bases to square rails and pontoon boats.
  • Materials are non-corrosive, including bases of glass-filled polymer and poles of highly anodized aluminum.
  • Typical installation requires two # 10 Stainless Steel screws of length suitable for deck or rail material.


Features:
  • Rated Voltage - 12V
  • Pole Length - 12"
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Attwood 3-Mile Anchor/Masthead Light - 12V - 12 7201-7 ATTWOOD ANCHOR/MASTHEAD LIGHT 12 12V THREE MILE
$40.59
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