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Old 09-17-2007, 06:59 AM   #21
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We went with some LED strips and bulbs.
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Old 09-17-2007, 09:21 AM   #22
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Those look like they would work good, but there are only 5 for sale, and kind of pricey. To replace just all the overhead lights in my trailer, I need 14. With the rest, there are 12 more.
how about using a mix of regular and LED bulbs? it would give a mix of less current draw and a more customary color of light. on some of my fixtures i could put LEDs on the low side and 1141's on the high side. i had some 1141's that were a bit hotter than rated. they put nice little round windows in some of the covers
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how about using a mix of regular and LED bulbs? it would give a mix of less current draw and a more customary color of light. on some of my fixtures i could put LEDs on the low side and 1141's on the high side. i had some 1141's that were a bit hotter than rated. they put nice little round windows in some of the covers
A very good idea, a hybrid approach to lighting.

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