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Attwood Easy Lock Plug-In Light Base with Black Plastic Cover
Item No. 315212
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Attwood Easy Lock Plug-In Light Base with Black Plastic Cover
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Attwood Easy Lock Plug-In Light Base with Black Plastic Cover

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3-Pin Light Base with Black Plastic Cover
Designed to keep poles tightly in place this innovative, spring-loaded, positive locking base is easy to use. With a simple, one-handed motion, you can lock your light securely into place for well-lit night cruising. Removing your light is also a snap. Just slide the quick release retainer button, and the light is free to remove. The Easy Lock base is also built to safely retain the light pole in the roughest of weather. Cover lid with insert-molded inner cap protects the socket from outside elements. At only 1.5" wide, the Easy Lock base is a great fit for narrow gunnel applications. Nickel-plated contacts resist corrosion.

Note: This base accepts many non-Attwood light poles. However, the locking function does not operate with other manufacturer's poles.
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  • Innovative, spring-loaded, positive locking base
  • Cover lid with insert-molded inner cap
  • Quick-release retainer button
  • Nickel-plated contacts resist corrosion
  • 3-pin light base
Unit Weight 0.20 lb
Brand Attwood Marine
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Does this come with wiring or are the wiring and plugs sold separately?

Asked by: Benny
This light plug will not come with wiring. It typically is meant to replace an old one currently on your boat, but if it is a new addition, you will have to supply wiring.
Answered by: Bryant
Date published: 2018-05-15
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