LED deck light/spotlight/ bait tank install

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  1. TeamGracza

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    Got rid of the old deck lights and put up some new LED floods and light bar. Picked up the wiring and lights for $100 on Amazon. Wireless spotlight mounted up on the hardtop. Re did all the fuse panels also.

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    what wireless spotlight did you get and how much was it?
     
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    Found it on eBay it was best offer and ended up getting it for $150 shipped. Comes with a cigarette lighter plug so cut and stripped it for hardware install. Wireless remote works well and has very good range.

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    Bait tank as well, not a fan of the bait bag.

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    Got a link to that link to the flood light from amazon? Thanks
     
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    Oh thanks, I acyually mean the light bar lol but I'm buying those lights too haha
     
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    scroll down on the amazon page and it will show frequently bought with.. it will have the light bar and the switch with relay and wiring. $63 shipped.
     
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    I'd suspect salt-water intrusion will take it's toll on those led's within a couple years. Might want to at least put a thin bead of silicone around the outer lenses and anywhere else that looks suspect.
    For the money, it's hard to go wrong.
     
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    Yeah I am expecting some salt intrusion on them which is why I went with the more economical ones. I siliconed them up after install and final/permanent install all wires were ran through the hardtop supports.
     
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    I have a couple of them (the smaller ones)on my sand rail and the ss mounts already have surface rust on them. It's never been to Pismo or anywhere near the salt. They work fine though. Not so great for driving light (use them for camp lights). I'm sure they make great spreader lights!
     
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    Yeah the amount of light is great. Rear deck really lights up
     

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