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Old 01-13-2010, 08:34 AM   #11
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I wanted to convert my outside lights (tailights and marker lights) to LED mainly for the looks. I know what replacement bulb I need for the tailights but cannot figure out the marker lights. There does not seem to be a number anywhere that cross references to the LED lights. V-leds.com I understand is a great place to get LEDs from too.
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Old 01-13-2010, 10:23 AM   #12
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info on incandescent light bulbs

http://www.metaefficient.com/new/us-...ght-bulbs.html
Click on lquid filled LED bulbs.
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These bulbs are Edison screw base bulbs for replacing standard household bulbs and wouldn't work for the marker lights on an RV, although they are very compelling for their intended use, I hadn't seen them before, but I digress. Most marker lights are a 194 style wedge base bulb, LEDs for those are readily available.

Try this page at Superbright LEDs to find what you are looking for.

For porch lights Starlight Inc. has some new LED bulbs. Go to thier site here and scroll half way down the page to see them.
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These bulbs are Edison screw base bulbs for replacing standard household bulbs and wouldn't work for the marker lights on an RV, although they are very compelling for their intended use, I hadn't seen them before, but I digress. Most marker lights are a 194 style wedge base bulb, LEDs for those are readily available.

Try this page at Superbright LEDs to find what you are looking for.

For porch lights Starlight Inc. has some new LED bulbs. Go to thier site here and scroll half way down the page to see them.
It's funny I went on line to found out when the end was near. I googled it and all of the info was there, so I copied the link down on paper and then posted the link on the Forum but the info came up different. Now I don't remember what I googled....It's hell when one gets old.
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Old 01-15-2010, 04:51 PM   #15
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They weren't cheap. $24.95 free shipping.

here is the link: http://www.rigidindustries.com/product_p/rgdrvled.htm
I have been wanting to order these for quite some time. I check back on their site every so often hoping to see a price drop, but it hasn't. The $25 price tag is what puts me off from ordering. 3 of those could get me a 2nd deep cycle battery.

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