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Help with boat dock #96245
11/12/05 09:17 AM
11/12/05 09:17 AM
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Joel Hall  Offline OP
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Hello
I am going to do wiring on a new boat dock (not a floating kind)just wondering what kind of light fixturs would best be installed,the owner wants under rail lighting for the top deck and it is a 36x36, he does not want it bright and wants 120 volt type.
any suggestions

JH

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Re: Help with boat dock #96246
11/12/05 03:08 PM
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I am using 12mm rope light around the top of my boathouse. It plugs into a switched receptacle with a bubble cover. The newer stuff is pretty well sealed up.


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