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Old 04-03-2014, 12:26 PM   #1
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LED Bullseye Clearance replacement Lights

HI,

I'm considering replaceing my facorty clearance lights with new LED Bullseye type where they're sealed.

You tube is failing me on this one.

Couple of questions, ...

1. Is the uninstall of the existing lights pretty straight forward?
2. Is the install pretty simple? I keep seeing sentances that say, 'Must relocate wiring????

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Old 04-09-2014, 11:22 PM   #2
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Can you supply photo of the bullseye lights?
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Old 04-10-2014, 06:22 AM   #3
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HI,

I'm considering replaceing my facorty clearance lights with new LED Bullseye type where they're sealed.

You tube is failing me on this one.

Couple of questions, ...

1. Is the uninstall of the existing lights pretty straight forward?
2. Is the install pretty simple? I keep seeing sentances that say, 'Must relocate wiring????

Thanks


Dave

Just my opinion here, but I've had them on a previous trailer, and while they look cool, they're a PITA to work on, and the regular bulb type are easy to work on. And things happen, like a bear broke one of ours. They are also expensive.
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If you can master a screwdriver, you can switch the lights. First of all....watch the wiring. It is always to short and you can loose the working end inside the wall. Thats a problem..
Go with newer LED fixtures. They come in the same Bullseye lens. You can always just change the bulbs to LED...a simple plug in swap.
EBAY, AMAZON, most anywhere.
Don't forget to seal them well.....everywhere. Those lights are the source of many water leak problems.
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