Important to note on all of those surface mount lights like the SeaBlaze, etc; those holes for the screws are not going deep into the transom at all, those are just enough to keep the light fixed while the adhesive cures. it's really the one hole drilled for the cable that goes through the transom. Still recommend using plenty of 4200 sealant on the screws and the entire backend of the fixture, there's no such thing as too much when installing these or a transducer.SeaBlaze x2 of Lumitec. Put on the back of a Cruiser, three units across a 15' beam, very easy to install, if you don't mind drilling holes in your transom that will be under water. Lots of caulk recommended. The light works great, blue with a first switch and white with a second switch click. Very bright and extreemly well made, very heavy.....should be for the price!
We only have one offensive play....cam runs the ball down field. Should be easy to defend.You guys are all insane; let's be real here. The Pats have at least been able to score a touchdown this year.. I'm in a Monday Night Box Pool and pissed that I didn't get the 0 or 3 box for the Jets.
Remember, the Jets played a 'Home' game against Denver who trotted out a QB who had NEVER started a game in his life, and we still had no chance.
I'll be SHOCKED if we manage to score an offensive TD, and even more shocked if we score more than 10 points TOTAL. Considering the Pats defense has a penchant for scoring points, I don't even think you guys need to even run any offensive plays; just punt it on first down and let the Jets fuck it up somehow.
Bumping this back up.
My winter project is going through all the thru-hulls below my waterline. The boat is setup with two thru-hull lights on the centerline of the transom....one on top of the other. These were old technology & in need of upgrading. I'm guessing these date back to the original build of the boat around 2007. I pulled these out last week & everything looks good at the thru-hull penetrations. Part of this process is to eliminate as many unwanted holes in my hull as possible.
Most likely I will just go with mounting a couple of lights as my access is limited to my rudder post box. What would you guys recommend for that application? I'm just looking for something to use on my overnight canyon runs for squid & bait...not looking for anything flashy for sitting in the harbor or at the dock. Just want something functional & well made.
How are you guys mounting these new/modern underwater lights? I'm told that they require only a small say 1/4" hole to run the wires through? What are you looking at for prices? I see some of these units come as kits & run in the $3000 range just for two lights & a controller! I was anticipating maybe $600.00- $1,000 for two lights. When I saw $3000......Ouch!
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