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Old 09-29-2016, 02:31 PM   #11
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That looks just like it.
Ah... but it "looks" like it. Not the same thing, I checked what they have in stock. I will eventually add the LED lights but for now I got some glue and glued the pieces back together. Don't laugh- it works.
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Maybe look into changing them out with LED lights on both sides. It would not be to expensive. The wrap around feature is not integral to the replacements.
But it does function as a side marker light...
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Ah... but it "looks" like it. Not the same thing, I checked what they have in stock. I will eventually add the LED lights but for now I got some glue and glued the pieces back together. Don't laugh- it works.
It's really hard to tell. There is a cut out on yours for the wall joint. What I linked to might work with a little fabrication. Our Kiwi 17a was an '03 and it had standard, not wrap around lights. I hope these weren't one-offs just for Jayco.
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The company marks their parts with a part number at the base of the taillight lens. Find that then Google the part number.
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Look on both lenses. The numbers for each side will be different but a search for either will get you in the right ball park.
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