Seaview 12" AFT Searchlight Vertical Mount Only

Seaview 12" AFT Searchlight Vertical Mount Only
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12" AFT Searchlight Vertical Mount Only

Improve your search lights performance with a Seaview Search Light Mount. This aft leaning mount will raise your Search Light 12.25". The 7" x 7" base makes it an ideal choice when you are limited on space.

Simple and Easy Installation
Four pre-drilled mounting holes at the base make for an easy installation. Search Light mounts using your own bolts and hardware.

Cable Management
The hollow mast section provides plenty of room to run all the cabling.

Small Base Foot Print
This Seaview Search Light Mount is the perfect solution if you want to get the most out of your Search Light but are limited on space.
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Seaview 12" AFT Searchlight Vertical Mount Only PMA-12FSL-7 SEAVIEW PMA-12FSL-7 12" AFT SEARCHLIGHT VERTICAL
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