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Old 07-08-2013, 07:35 AM
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Change lights in dually markers

I was putting leds in all my lights and i went to put them in the dually lights and i pull the lights out and turned it around and it looks like they are a sealed light deal. Is that true or is there a way to pop the reflect away from the light holder and change the lights?
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Old 07-08-2013, 11:33 AM
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I don't think so. My 94 used Truck-Lite Model 15 12V sealed units (which yours should be as well). They have Model 15 LED units as well that should work. Cheers!
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I don't think so. My 94 used Truck-Lite Model 15 12V sealed units (which yours should be as well). They have Model 15 LED units as well that should work. Cheers!
Damn that sucks it would be so much simpler to have replaceable bulbs but thanks for the links do you know where the cheapest place to get them would be?
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No idea where they might be had for cheap. I would just search the web, I guess. Cheers!
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Here's some 8-LED versions, $7 and change: LEDTrailerLights.com - HD25108 (Model 15 style) LED lights for cargo & utility trailers, trucks and RVs

Truck-Lites are on Amazon, and here: Truck-Lite Model 15 Lights

About what you'd pay for base LED bulbs, and you get shiny new scratch-free lenses.
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Just a FYI. The dually fender lights are already blinding at night with Incandsant bulbs. LED is going to make it that much Worse.

I moved my fender lights down out of direct view with the mirror. I also used Grote G1502[red] and G1503[yellow] Lights(3 LEDs per lite). They also offer the Single LED bulb as well(47082 - Red / 47083 - Yellow)

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Old 07-13-2013, 06:54 PM
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thats cool. its like big truck and baby truck.
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Old 07-13-2013, 07:38 PM
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Here's some 8-LED versions, $7 and change: LEDTrailerLights.com - HD25108 (Model 15 style) LED lights for cargo & utility trailers, trucks and RVs

Truck-Lites are on Amazon, and here: Truck-Lite Model 15 Lights

About what you'd pay for base LED bulbs, and you get shiny new scratch-free lenses.
Yea i ordered them on amazon ~8 bucks is about what im finding them at

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Just a FYI. The dually fender lights are already blinding at night with Incandsant bulbs. LED is going to make it that much Worse.

I moved my fender lights down out of direct view with the mirror. I also used Grote G1502[red] and G1503[yellow] Lights(3 LEDs per lite). They also offer the Single LED bulb as well(47082 - Red / 47083 - Yellow)

I dont have a problem with them i have my mirrors pointed so i have to lean a bit to see the fenders lights
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The only problem I ever had with mine was trying to back the trailer up at night. I always wanted to wire in a relay to the forward facing rear fender lights to shut off when tranny shifted into reverse (just never did it). Cheers!
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Thats a nice obs dully i am in love

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