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Old 05-24-2017, 10:54 PM   #1
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circular teak cabin light bases

I am in need of the circular teak bases that the round stainless steel cabin dome lights mount to on the cabin ceilings, (think they are common on all Taiwanese trawlers) anyone know of a supplier, found the exact lights at Whitworths in Melbourne (Aust), now just looking to replace the teak mounting bases, any help would be appreciated
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Some teak and a router will do it. Have not seen any in the marine stores, but maybe there is a source. I would just make my own.
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Different lights but I made my own. They are circular and work well and were easily made and I'm a wood duffer.
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If you are looking for 5" or 7" diameter x 1 1/4" thick teak rounds, Defender has them for $17.
They call them winch pads.
I use them under lamps on the counters and on the walls for hanging oil lamps
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Most trim on Taiwanese trawlers was hand made by the family outfitting them. Everything you buy commercially will be a close fit but not an exact fit.
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