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bow light for H22

I am looking for a bow light for a Hunter 22 that I am restoring, it attaches to the bow pulpit and I can't seem to find one anywhere. I've checked all the majors, West, etc,. Any ideas?
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Are you looking for the rail mounted bicolor?? I have one on my boat that is probably quite similar... and if you would like, I can look up who made it next time I'm at the boat.
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thats exactly what I am looking for, thanks
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AquaSignal 25

The original equipment for the h22 is an AquaSignal 25 Bi-Color fixture. Should set you back about $16.00. Try www.defender.com pg 322 of the catalog. Model number 12100-7. I had to replace mine, on my old h22. Crunched it on a piling.

Good luck and fair winds. Loved my h22. Fun to sail.

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thanks LakeEscape, thats exactly what I'm looking for. You can't beat
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Took a look at the one on my boat... it's the same as yours should be...an AquaSignal 25 series.
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