Hi my dear,
Can you tell me where the nameplates were in origin…? Since I bought them from Chrisparts but I can’t find any information about their original position …
Thanks

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What year, model  is your boat?  

Maybe browsing the photo library will also help you.

Paolo- regardless of what you find out, if you’re in saltwater, you may want to consider placing them somewhere under cover.

For my 35, the factory put one on either side up by the forward sliding cabin windows. Instead of exposing them to the elements (they degrade pretty quick) I keep one in the cockpit in front of the companion seat. Even protected there, it’s showing signs of wear after just a few seasons

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Paolo Maraviglia said:



Charlene Pike said:

What year, model  is your boat?  

Maybe browsing the photo library will also help you.

Paolo - zoom in and you can see one in this pic. Suspect this is where CC put it - just forward of the sliding cabin windows. There would have been one on each side. 

Great,

thank you so much…

Dear Matt,

can you also try to suggest where it would be possible to find navigation lights that some owner before me changed with something not original…?

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as you can see…

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Hi Paolo,

I marked the location of the nameplate on the photo you attached.

Hi Paolo,

Have you tried any of the suppliers in our library links section?

http://commanderclub.com/page/links


Paolo Maraviglia said:

Dear Matt,

can you also try to suggest where it would be possible to find navigation lights that some owner before me changed with something not original…?

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