Originally Posted by RR Conductor
Myself I'm going to have LED stop and turn signal lights installed on the rear as the original RV trailer style lights are less than ideal at times, i.e. if someone's behind you and the sun is shinning directly on the rear of your trailer. The original lights can be hard to see at times but the ones on most over-the-road rigs can be seen with no trouble. I asked the garage where I have the yearly state inspection performed if they could install LED's similar to those on the read of some commercial trailers as they work on over-the-road tractors and trailers all time. They say "yes" and that you'd sure be able to see 'em a lot better and that they could fit them in so they'd look original. I'll have to look into LED's for the inside too but those stop lights are a main concern for me first.
RR you can do it yourself it is EASY... the only thing you have to remember is LED's are polarity sensitive so if you have one that does not work reverse the wiring. I have almost all of the lights in my truck converted and will now start on my trailer. IF you do your TV lights you have to replace the flasher with one designed for LED's
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