Originally Posted by MagnoliaTom
Where did you get the lights from? How did you wire them? I imagine you tapped into the wiring somewhere, but where? Also, what did you do for the rear LED lights...new bulbs?
I gave a little more info in this thread:
can you see the difference?
After viewing a few upgrades where people simply repalced the existing type 1187 auto bulb in the OEM tailight assembly, I decided I wanted something a little better and installed these:
LED Tail Lights for RV, Cargo Trailer, Marine Applications manufactured by Command Electronics
The dealer had to replace the rear wall due to a defect and asked me about these. They were very impressed. They are incredibly bright. People back off immediately when you tap your brakes.
The amber clearance lights are these:
unfortunately it looks like they do not make/sell those specific ones any longer. Any similar LED would work.
The wiring is in series (one light to the next) and I tapped the main harness at the junction box mounted inside the a-frame rail next tot he spare tire. I fused them there as well, which came in handy when a blowout caught the wire and shorted it out.
The aluminum trim is easy to drill for these, but you do have run both power and ground.
2013 Coachmen Freedom Express 320BHDS pulled by a 2005 F250 King Ranch CC
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