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Old 06-08-2016, 03:30 PM   #1
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LED Light Bulb - sources & recommendations?

Can anyone recommend a supplier/product links for LED replacements? Given the heat issues with a couple of my fixtures, I'd like to replace them. BUT- I like the color of what I have now (plain old incandescent bulbs) but wouldn't mind them being a little brighter. I hate to just buy a random product off of Amazon without some reference to what I'm looking for/at. Thoughts?
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Doug....have had good luck with Superbrite Lights....have 'em everywhere
These people?

https://www.superbrightleds.com/
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I have found that 4000-4500k led colour is closest to the incandescent light the old bulbs put out.

I have bought most of all my led's from random ebay sellers out of china. The only Issue I had was with my 1076 chandelier bulbs over the dinette. I purchased 4 of those from my local dealership and fingers crossed they work, as the one's from ebay (2 sets) didn't work.
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Old 06-08-2016, 04:00 PM   #5
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Try these guys, They are great to deal with, We have about 30 of there bulbs in our MH and our other trailers, Great products.
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Thanks for the LED color tip and link to M4 products.

My sticker shock is now kicking in and reminding me why I didn't go LED sooner!
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Here's a small dealer, cabinbright.com.

I bought warm white 921 replacements and am very happy. The light is not bluish at all.

T10/921 wedge base 24 LED bulb SKU # T10-24-32
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Those cheap China LEDs from e-bay have their place. I got 20 of them for $30. They aren't very bright and horribly bluish, but for under cabinets, the potty room, storage bay and swivel reading lights they're OK. I have 15 installed in the trailer.
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