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|427||dan galambos||Re: Spot Light on 2120||5/7/2005 7:11:00|
I'm assuming the 9 inch extension helped reduce the
glare...if so that sounds like what I'll do.
Additionally I think this way is less costly than the
--- Dana Cunniff <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=8YC0aLtJmWqrEjiex0Bfa5YJIlQ-zfrkcmX8CNezjfN_ws_r06ogKIZuz_zW3yQPhFtWdPgZ0XuoumHZ">decunniff@...</a>> wrote:
> Lot of Parker guys have them right on top of the
> I couldn't. Tried it and didn't like the glare off
> the rails into the windshield at night. I added a
> vertical extension piece on mine as high as I could
> without blocking the running white light. I added
> about 9 inches more height.
> I personally haven't seen any Parkers where someone
> mounted it on the pulpit. Lot of others do, and
> are pros and cons for all. Can get some vibration up
> front (if you do the rail). Tough to really do on
> pulpit itself with an anchor there.
> Lot of people also just use a hand-held. Another
> thing is to get the best focusing beam you can (so
> there is less scatter if you go on top of the
> I have a 2530.
> --- caton1973 <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=BBUiHabOBCUsctqhTlcUYFOx6wV_nkFNOdyTvAjGZ2ud9Hv9PYqn3cJgZvqf4OXaTghsr2T5P8TtyA">caton1973@...</a>> wrote:
> > Any advise as to the best place to mount a spot
> > light on the 2120?
> > I've heard that reflection from the deck may be a
> > factor if mounted on
> > top of pilothouse and on the pulpit may be
> > better...any advise is
> > appreciated.
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