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Old 09-08-2012, 05:34 PM   #1
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I like a lot of light on the back of the RV. I have added extra tail lights on all three of my past RVs. Frank
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Old 09-09-2012, 01:05 AM   #2
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GOOD IDEA EAGLEOVER.i WAS CAMPING THIS WEEKEND AND i SAW A jAYCO SPORT LIGHT WITH AN ADD ON INSERT FOR THE LIGHTS THAT CONTAINED 2 RED LIGHTS AND A SEPARATE BACK UP LIGHT. iT WAS LOOKING VERY NEAT.
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Looks good! I was thinking of switching to LEDs to get brighter tail lites but this looks way cheaper!


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Buzzard 616: The LEDs are a great idea but as you say they are a bit pricey. I think if I were to do it over I would separate them a bit more. I was concerned about the foam core. I have done this on three previous trailers but they were wood construction and fiberglass insulation. The down side of the regular bulbs is when it comes time to change one. It is almost impossible to get the lens off with out breaking one or more of the tabs that hold the lens on. The LEDs would last a great deal longer. Frank
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