Originally Posted by FollySteve
Am I correct that you have a front bedroom floor plan? Routing the wire behind the rock guard is a great idea for your installation along the center trim strip and with door in rear, but I assume it would need a different route with front door model?
Is your adhesive holding up well? Ours is fine but I wonder about long term exposure. If it does start to let go I think it could be pretty easily repaired by working a dab of clear caulk under the loose spot. I think this would work well as long as you stay ahead of it.
Love the inside lights around the windows. Neat idea.
You are correct, Lucy is a 25FB. A front door model would be a whole different ball game. You could run the LED strip as far as the door, then go down next to the door molding. From there you could route the power wire under the trailer directly to the battery box.
So far, the adhesive on the light strip is holding up well. We had also installed one of these LED light strips up under the awning. We found that it did not have any real bang for the buck unless the awning was rolled in. The adhesive on this upper strip did not hold up well and started to peel off from the wind going down the road. After a couple of attempts at quick fixes, we decided to do away with the upper strip and stay with the belt line lighting.
We love the lights around the windows. They are a neat effect from both the outside and the inside.