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Old 06-11-2012, 09:23 PM   #1
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Anyone know who the OEM was for these 2001 era nav lights? The cheapskate side of me is trying to find a replacement lens rather than buy a new set of lights.
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Old 06-11-2012, 11:28 PM   #2
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you know....I think your pretty much screwed unless you can contact the manufacturer directly and claim your displeasure at the lens....sometimes they will send you replacements for free...

but overall I think you may have to buy a complete assembly...

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Thanks SP. I have come to the conclusion that I need to pony up for a new set of lights - was trying to avoid drilling new holes since I'm sure the pattern will be different - at least these things are reasonably priced.
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You don't have to drill new holes. You can replace it with the same exact light. You can purchase it on Amazon.com for $25, through several distributors. Your light is the Aqua Signal Bi color deck mount series 20. Don't forget the silicon sealant...
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I think you're on to something Cap'n - my broken lens is the port nav light - not a bi-color but definitely looks to be the same manufacturer. The plastic housing is slightly different but hopefully same hole pattern. Thanks for the tip!
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I'm about 97% sure those are Perko lights. Take a look through the Perko catalogue. I'm also fairly sure there are replacements avaialble.

http://www.perko.com/product_listing..._meters/0/210/

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Thanks Shrew. I looked through the Perko catalog but didn't seem to get as close of a match as I did with the Aqua Signal products. Their series 20 seems to be a very close match to the form factor on my lights. Anyway I cracked the wallet and bought a shiny new set - guess I'll find out how close they match in a couple of days.

http://www.discountmarinesupplies.co...on_Lights.html
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Seaman-Recruit, You definitely need the Aqua Signal Series 20, Deck mount light, # 203007. I know because I have this same exact light and have purchased replacements. It's a very common light that can be purchased from several venders like iboats.com or just Google it. I took a look at the link you sent, the port side navigation light in the picture isn't the same.....
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Thanks Capt Al. I had seen the front shots of that model but could never find a side profile shot. I sent the pics of my good-starboard and broken-port lights to my marina yesterday and the parts guy said he recognized it and would get the replacement on order. I'll verify that he ordered this model. Thanks again.
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