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Old 01-26-2016, 08:54 AM   #11
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Sounds to from Tyler_13's description is the overhead lights are now LED and the switch in the middle is illuminated so you can see them in the dark. Just a guess but would be awful nice to have had without having to do it myself and buying replacement parts!
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JustB_Rad, what exactly is the glow switch(es)? The trailer already had the blue LED inside, right? Do the switches just make it dimmer?


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I hope this works. But that is suppose to be a picture I found of the lights. Its a normal light and when you press the middle it has a green glow to it. More of a nightlight glow. That way the kids can sleep with it on in the bunks.
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Congrats! We love our 26DBH. Works perfect for our family. I use the Equalizer 10,000 for the WD.
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Old 01-26-2016, 10:54 AM   #14
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I hope this works. But that is suppose to be a picture I found of the lights. Its a normal light and when you press the middle it has a green glow to it. More of a nightlight glow. That way the kids can sleep with it on in the bunks.
Interesting! Anymore info on what the brand/model is on that?
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Congrats! We love our 26DBH. Works perfect for our family. I use the Equalizer 10,000 for the WD.

Thanks! Turns out you were right all along about the 26dbh. Haha. I didn't think I wanted that long of trailer but after stepping inside and walking around there was no way to say no. The rv dealer we purchased from actually sells the equalizer hitches so I have a feeling that is what we will go with.
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Thanks! Turns out you were right all along about the 26dbh. Haha. I didn't think I wanted that long of trailer but after stepping inside and walking around there was no way to say no. The rv dealer we purchased from actually sells the equalizer hitches so I have a feeling that is what we will go with.
You might be better served to purchase one off of Amazon or another site before you go price wise, unless you can beat the dealer up a bit before you get there to pick it up.

Congrats too! You won't be sorry! For the money, it's got alot to offer!
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Interesting! Anymore info on what the brand/model is on that?

I don't have any more information than that. I found that picture on a dealers website actually. I looked in the brochure and they don't even have them in the brochure yet.
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I don't have any more information than that. I found that picture on a dealers website actually. I looked in the brochure and they don't even have them in the brochure yet.
Must be something totally new then because I tried doing a google search for that type of light and got nothing even close.
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Congrats on your new purchase. Switches sound nice but more drain on the battery I would think being not plugged in. Also if I recall if your considering adding a out side grill other the one that FR offers you will need to modify to work with the tt propane system. Later RJD
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Congrats on your new purchase. Switches sound nice but more drain on the battery I would think being not plugged in. Also if I recall if your considering adding a out side grill other the one that FR offers you will need to modify to work with the tt propane system. Later RJD

Thanks. All the lights are still switched by the front door on the side of the cabinet. You can either have them glow or normal, but can turn them off completely with the regular on/off switch. I planned on having to make a propane hose from the rv connection to the grill. These are all just ideas and I will see how/if they happen once we get the trailer. I have big plans in my head though. Haha
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