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Old 03-24-2014, 03:16 PM   #1
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Cool LED Tail lights

I have a 2010 Jay Flight G2 31RKS and would like to replace the existing tails with LED lights. Does anyone have a good source for a replacement the same size(or close to) the original?
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Old 03-24-2014, 03:24 PM   #2
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LED Tail lights

Here is what i am looking at. I have not pulled the trigger yet.http://commandelectronics.com/produc...-upgrade-kits/
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I upgraded with the command electronics upgrade kit. Very easy to install and works great. You will be happy with this kit.
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Instead of wasting money with a whole fixture just replace the bulbs.. that is what I did with a product like this one. http://led4rv.com/index.php?main_pag...products_id=15 You can search them for the right bulb base.
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I liked the look of these and bought a pair for about $45....they cover the old screw holes fine....don't miss the link below to Bargmans website for other styles, too.

http://www.bargman.com/content/produ...part=47-07-001
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I drive sometimes, (maybe to much) to go to plant sites for work. Typically when I go I leave at night and roll in late. I see a lot of trailers sometimes at night. What I do not like about camper tail lights is they are not very noticeable. You look at the newer cargo trailers, you see them from a long distance away and you know it is a trailer. The LED lights are all intense, and at the right angle almost eye piercing and that’s what makes them noticeable. The camper lights, they seem to buy the cheapest light available that meets DOT regulations. I am surprised more campers do not get rear ended
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Good info. I would like to upgrades taillight says well.
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