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StreamRollin 01-16-2012 05:24 PM

Free lights
 
Just changed out some of my single lights to spot lights so if anyone needs 4 single light they're yours. Just pay shipping charges. They are from a 1999 Safari. Just pm me if you need a photo, but they are stock lights in like new shape.
Jim

StreamRollin 01-18-2012 07:26 PM

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Here's an image of those lights, sorry about the shadow, they are not discolored. Jim

VeggieBullet 01-18-2012 07:40 PM

we take them
 
first in line:D

Rich of SCal 01-19-2012 08:18 AM

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Originally Posted by StreamRollin (Post 1094721)
Just changed out some of my single lights to spot lights so if anyone needs 4 single light they're yours. Just pay shipping charges. They are from a 1999 Safari. Just pm me if you need a photo, but they are stock lights in like new shape.
Jim

I am more interested in the spots you put in. How about a pic? I am thinking of changing out mine for some kind of LED spot type thing. I don't need so much light in such a small container.

StreamRollin 01-19-2012 08:58 AM

Spots
 
I bought them at Camping World thru there web site, They were shipped from their vender, took about 2 weeks to get but very happy with them. I put 2 in front over setting area and 2 in back bedroom over the twin beds we have. Very nice warm light not to bright. The cat #57499. After looking up model number for you I see that they are on sale right now thru the web site.
Jim

Rich of SCal 01-19-2012 09:11 AM

Those are nice. Thanks for the info.

Aage 01-19-2012 09:18 AM

While the halogen spots use pricey bulbs that don't seem to last too long (even when latex gloves are used to handle them) and they are hot, the LED equivalents are just not yet up to snuff.

The halogen gives a beautiful light, very natural.

Rich of SCal 01-19-2012 10:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Aage (Post 1095742)
While the halogen spots use pricey bulbs that don't seem to last too long (even when latex gloves are used to handle them) and they are hot, the LED equivalents are just not yet up to snuff.

The halogen gives a beautiful light, very natural.

No thanks. No more halogens! Got too many in my house now. The LEDs have come a long way recently, but you have to shop around to get the good ones. I notice this lamp claims 50,000 hours and users say they are warm and bright.

StreamRollin 01-19-2012 10:56 AM

Spots
 
Yes they are , bright that is. I want to say I think I counted 12 5050 leds in each spot light. Nice thing is they are not hot . Was the last lights that I had to change out to be 100% led.


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