I have just received a shipment of LED's to provide interior lighting in my boat. I intend to fish at night in the summer, so there are red and white LED's to install. What I have recieved is two packages of bare-bones LEDs and and an equal number of 1/4Watt resistors. The white ones are 10mm 160,000mcd LED's drawing 20ma @ 3.5vdc using 470ohm 1/4W resistors The red ones are 10mm 60,000mcd LED's drawing 20ma @ 2.0vdc using 560ohm 1/4W resistors My problem is how to mount these. I want to put groups of three LED's (one red, two white) in a 4" long waterproof horizontal mounting in several locations inside the boat, positioned so that they throw the light down and horizontally, with no light escaping upwards from the boat. I want to provide red night-vision-saving light for safer fishing, and white light for those moments that it is necessary for safety to life and limb. Each color will be switched separately. My problem is in the mounting... I need suggestions on how to make or adapt an existing mounting to do this job. Each LED is a separate unit, bare bones with the bare tinned wires sticking out 2". I'm entertaining an idea that would hold the assembled and soldered resistor and LED assembly in position while casting polymer sets up in the mold. The cord would be cast in the back of the polymer mold to be inserted thru the bulkhead that the light is mounted to. Any and all ideas and suggestions appreciated.