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Single Arm Dock Light with 24" L Reach

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Single Arm Dock Light with 24" L Reach

Item #: WB274302

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Illuminate hard to reach loading and unloading areas. Durable twin-strut steel arm provides superior rigidity, helps prevent sagging, and is hinged for easy extension. Folds compactly for storage. Adjustable pivot friction maintains position. Heavy duty 115V grounded cord (requires hard-wired installation). Meets OSHA requirements. Long-lasting baked enamel finish. Recessed bulb with spring-loaded socket maximize bulb life. Use floodlight PAR38, 150 watts, or R40 bulb, 300 watts (not included).

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    • COLOR FINISHYellow
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • BRANDWesco
    • BULB TYPEPar38 / R40
    • MODEL274302
    • TYPESingle Arm Dock Light
    • VOLTAGE115
    • WATTAGE150 (PAR 38) or 300 (R40)
    • WEIGHT LBS.12
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Will an 150 Watt bulb fit these fixtures?

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I need the replacement part number for the halogen light that goes with item WB252186

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