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Old 04-20-2009
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glad to help... as for the wiring... I'd recommend you read Maine Sail's page on wiring a boat...

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Originally Posted by lapworth View Post
Point well taken, I don't want to trick people hitting me. But the regulations are sometimes hard to interpit. I looked at the other light page and still see all the same codes no one ever mentions watts,amps or volts. They just mention hight,color,distance,ect.. I'll keep looking but don't worry if you see me on the bay I'll be up to code. Thanks for all the advice.
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