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Old 04-07-2014, 11:31 AM   #1
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Just finished re-doing lites to LED's

Well I bought 2 rolls of ultra bright led's 600 led's per roll at 16 feet each roll @ 20 bux each and the 2 bags of led connectors ( 10 in each bag ) 5 bux each.
Clean the surface with rubbing alcohol. Did this to every single lite in my 08 Jayco 351 RLQS 5er

Note: Can only put 4 pics up in these forums so I put a link to show you the rest of the pics...............

This is what you will need:

Wire cutters
Roll of elec. tape
Pliers
12 volt power supply ( optional )
12 volt circuit tester with lite
Roll of #12 or #14 Black and Red Wire

Here are my pics:



This is what type of lite most of us have in our RV's



These are the connector you cut in half to have double the connectors!



Tear off the lite socket



Roll of 600 led's with sticky backing
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Part 2 next post!
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Old 04-07-2014, 11:33 AM   #2
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Part 2

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Cut led's to correct size

http://mystuff2.com/l5.JPG

Put tape on connectors to make sure the latch on connector would not come loose!

http://mystuff2.com/l6.JPG

12 Power supply to testing only ( Optional )

http://mystuff2.com/l7.JPG

Took off sticky tape on led's to stick led's to lite box.

http://mystuff2.com/l8.JPG

Connected all wiring with twisty caps. Connected hot wire to white wire on lite box and black wire for ground on lite box. Cut 4 inches of #12 wire for ( red Hot wire ) and same size for Ground wires ( Black Wire )

http://mystuff2.com/l9.JPG

Tested to make sure led's working correctly

http://mystuff2.com/l10.JPG

Done!
http://mystuff2.com/l11.JPG


Did the same with the bell type glass lites

http://mystuff2.com/l12.JPG
http://mystuff2.com/l13.JPG

Hope this mod helps. The Led's are about 1/4 watt and good for 50,000 hours!
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Old 04-10-2014, 08:21 PM   #3
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How bright are these?

Curious why you didn't use the 921 led replacement light bulbs.
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:17 PM   #4
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I wouldn't think it would be that bright since the standard replacements are 48 led. You would be able to tailor it though.
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How bright are these?

Curious why you didn't use the 921 led replacement light bulbs.
Just wanted a very bright led. They work awesome!
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Old 04-11-2014, 10:20 PM   #6
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Looks good !!!!!!
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