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Old 03-02-2019, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Offset bracket for spot light on 2700sc

Hi folks. This is my first time writing. Does anybody know where i can buy the offset bracket for the spot light on a 2004 2700sc? I have it mounted on the rail now but would rather have it where it suppose to be on that boat.
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Old 03-04-2019, 05:23 PM   #2
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Where is it 'supposed to be'? I've seen them mounted on the railing at the bow of the boat, on the radar arch, and even on the bow pulpit. It's an aftermarket piece of equipment. Even when ordered, a lot of stuff like that was left to dealer prep, so it could vary from dealer to dealer.
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it is a white metal offset bracket that mounts in the anchor locker and comes out the side when the door is closed so the light sits just to the side of the anchor locker door and can be wired inside the locker. Pretty sure it is not after market. Thanks for answering my first post.
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it is a white metal offset bracket that mounts in the anchor locker and comes out the side when the door is closed so the light sits just to the side of the anchor locker door and can be wired inside the locker. Pretty sure it is not after market. Thanks for answering my first post.
Can you post a picture of what your looking for?
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i don't have one. that's why it is so hard to find but i know its out there because i have seen it on some Maxums.
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Maybe next time you see one you might ck with owner to find out where to get one.
If Mike and shrew donít know anything about what you are refuring to then it is more than likely very hard to find.
Just my 2c.
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i don't have one. that's why it is so hard to find but i know its out there because i have seen it on some Maxums.
You can try on line boat listing sure as yacht world to see if can find a picture of what youíre looking for.
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Thanks guys, I will keep looking
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I've seen Marinco installed. I've found examples with them installed on either side of the anchor locker on a 2700.

Is this what your's looks like?

https://www.defender.com/product.jsp...12573&id=64263
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