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Old 15-11-2014, 07:19   #1
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port light advice?

Hello all,

We have just replaced the port salon windshield on our 2003 Privilege 435. The new windshield came with 2 holes for port lights. The old one only had one hole, well off to the port side of the windshield. We have the old port light, a Goiot, but I need to shave off about 4-5 mm at the edge of the hole to get it to fit. I have been unable to find what port light Alliaura uses in the amidships hole in the windshield. Alliaura has yet to answer my query. Does anyone know the make and model number of the port light in question?

Thanks for any help
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