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Clam 3' Deluxe vs. 4' Shelter Rope lighting sytems

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Clam has two different types of rope lighting systems for sale on their HSOforum, and I was wondering if anyone knew the difference. They have their 3' Deluxe sysem but also have a 4ft Shelter Lighting System on close-out...

Other than the obvious "one's 3' and one's 4' long" answer, does anyone know what the different between the two is (if anything)?

Looking to maybe get into a rope light system for my Yukon. Thanks!

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If you can afforsd too just order the HK lights they rock we just put them in our Frabill and they will light up your world!

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I bought the Clam rope lights 2 yrs back and wasn't happy with the purchase. For $20+ dollars You can find more durable and brighter LEDS for the money (HK lights, white LED trailer marker lights, etc.). I had 2 Clam rope lights fastened to two of the supports in a small 2-man shelter and at best it was sufficient lighting. Seeing the bobber was o.k. but tying jigs was difficult. Since then I've taken out the ropes and hooked up two of the white trailer marker lights and that is more than enough light.

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