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Old 03-04-2011, 08:43 PM   #1
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Replace clearance lights

I am in the process of replacing my clearance lights. I purchased a LED light bargman 59 . My problem is my trailer has one wire. Also the LED light has a pig tail connection in the middle that sticks out to far,keeping the light housing from mounting fush to the trailer. I am not sure if I should cut a hole for the LED pig tail or return the lights and look for others. Is this somthing others have ran into? Any help would be appreciated.
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