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Attwood Boat Articulating Pole Light 5530-60-7 | LED 60 Inch 12V

Boat part number 1096907 is a new articulating plug-in navigation pole light from Attwood, part number 5530-60-7 .
made for Baja Marine
$84.95 MSRP: $114.68
GLS Stock #: 1096907-NK140
Only 5 left
Boat part number 1096907 is a new articulating plug-in navigation pole light from Attwood, part number 5530-60-7 . Commonly used on Baja Boats, part number 40163 , but may be used on other boats.

This pole mounted navigation light features an anti-glare lens with LED bulb. Rated at 12VDC and 1.8W, and for 50,000+ hours of use per manufacturer. Features two-mile, 360° visibility with articulating lens head that offers 15° forward to 15° aft adjustment.

Manufacturer calls this a 60" light when measuring above the locking collar. We measure it to be approximately 1 5/8" Dia. x 63 1/8" H overall.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Baja
  • Part Number: 40163
  • Part Manufacturer: Attwood
  • Part Number: 5530-60-7
  • Material: Aluminum / Plastic
  • Color: Silver / Black
  • Finish: Polished
  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Electrical: 12VDC 1.8W
  • Manufacturer Size: 60"
  • Overall Dimensions: 1 5/8" Dia. x 63 1/8" H
  • Mounts: Locking Collar
  • Connections: 2-pin female

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Product Questions

Can you purchase a replacement lens/top for this light. I believe it might be the same light on my bass tracker Classic xl and lost the top.
Question by: Bob Carrington on Jan 4, 2023, 8:42 AM
Hello Bob,

I'm sorry, but we aren't Attwood dealers, and cannot special order from them. All we can suggest is to contact them directly.

Gene
Answer by: Admin on Jan 4, 2023, 9:06 AM
Does this light fit a 2008 Bayliner 175 3.0
Question by: Patty on Jun 26, 2022, 9:58 AM
Hi Patty,

I'm sorry, but we aren't able to cross reference lighting to specific boats. However, if you email us a photo or two of your light base, we may be able to identify it. You can just reply to this email with photos.

Gene
Answer by: Admin on Jun 26, 2022, 11:52 AM