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-   -   Tower Lights? Where can I get them for cheap? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=234344)

dragginby 06-14-2005 11:41 AM

Just like it says. I have a V210 with a proflight tower and it needs lights!where can I get them for cheap. Any help.

x2momma 06-14-2005 4:23 PM

Just purchased off of ebay a 6 lightbar from Tsunami. $280 +shipping including all wire and wiring harness. Looks good and very bright.

mmobius2001 06-14-2005 4:32 PM

How tough are those things to wire up? i have tower speakers i can use the holes to go through there, but dont you have to drill into the boat to hide the wires?

x2momma 06-14-2005 4:40 PM

We had to drill one hole at the top of the tower. Then just ran everything down through the tower. Already a hole at the bottom. Hook up took about 1-2 hours.

mmobius2001 06-14-2005 4:46 PM

and you hooked up to addition accessory switch? <BR> <BR>wheres the hole located? i dont remember seeing one

x2momma 06-14-2005 4:56 PM

The new MasterCrafts come with 2 extra accessory switchs. We have a hole at the base of the tower to allow for the wiring of the courtesy light on the top of the tower. Does your tower fold down?

mmobius2001 06-14-2005 5:01 PM

yeah, it can fold down, i have a moomba mobius 2004, i have the light up top and tower speakers, but the speakers and light i believe are plugged into a little plug 1 on each side of tower, one for speakers one for light. and i have 1 extra accessory switch

x2momma 06-14-2005 5:07 PM

Can't you get a new wiring harness and wire the light to the light bar? Or splice(sp?) them together? Those wires have to get to the switch somehow. Gotta be a hole. Follow the wires or get under the dash.

wakehound 06-15-2005 2:01 PM

Um, have you ever been out on a boat with tower lights? They are pretty much useless except for docking or putting your boat back on the trailer. Try to drive with them on at night, and chances are you'll be blind.

mcfly 06-15-2005 2:30 PM

Um, Mark, sounds like you have your lights pointed the wrong way! <BR> <BR>McFly <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/234783.jpg" alt="">

wakehound 06-16-2005 10:44 AM

lol, actually I had docking lights put in on my latest boat, they work much better for driving at night. You can't pull in California after dark anyways.

three6ty 06-16-2005 1:15 PM

McFly, <BR> <BR>Do you think you can fit anything else on that tower???????? <BR> <BR>Just kidding man, looks like a sweet set-up

mcfly 06-16-2005 1:29 PM

Actually, check out my latest one... <a href="http://www.waterskiboatsdallas.com" target="_blank">www.waterskiboatsdallas.com</a> just waiting on the light bar to get here, but otherwise, we did get a little more up there! Haha. <BR> <BR>Thanks! <BR> <BR>McFly


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