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Old 09-28-2015, 09:55 AM   #1
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White Hawk replacement tail lights

We have a 2012 27FT White Hawk and would like to replace the brake lights on the TT with LED (break, turn and running) lights. Can anyone out there give me some suggestions on good replacements styles?
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I am also interested as I also have a 2012 27ft whitehawk, I would like to know if I can change my interior lights too.


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Old 10-01-2015, 11:19 AM   #3
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If not on a White Hawk, anyone with a trailer replace tail lights with LED's?
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Old 10-01-2015, 08:23 PM   #4
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Have you done a internet search for LED RV tail lights? I was going to go with LED taillights a year ago, but opted to replace all interior lights instead. But via a net search I found plenty of options. Most looked easy and brand for brand, incandescent to LED should be simple. Definitely a difference in the LED. I have them on a cargo trailer, very bright.
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If not on a White Hawk, anyone with a trailer replace tail lights with LED's?
I replaced the standard lights on my fifth wheel with these. They are kind of pricy, but they sure do light up bright. I do not know if they would fit the space you have available on your trailer. I had to buy a separate license plate holder, as the standard tail lights had that built in. I bought from E-trailer, and they have quite a few led lights available.
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Old 10-01-2015, 11:49 PM   #6
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I had good luck with this company : http://commandelectronics.com/
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Old 10-02-2015, 07:22 AM   #7
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http://www.amazon.com/Camper-Trailer.../dp/B00LA59QZO


http://www.bargman.com/products/tail...!QucCHUKzFF6HB


I personally want to try and make these work on mine.
http://www.bargman.com/products/tail...ft6h1REGcLqdzI=
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I went to my local dealer and purchased replacement LED bulbs for the existing tail lights on the camper. They are nice and bright and only were about $23.00 dollars each.
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When you find something, and get it installed, please take a few pictures and post the results. Its been on my list of things to do, as I would like to be more noticed at night. I think the stock taillights are to dim, compared to all the LED lights I see on cargo trailers.
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X2 on the Command website, if your tail lights are that brand. Bought the LED Upgrade Kit, and it took all of 20 minutes to change over. Kit includes 2 LED panels, 2 new lenses (originals won't work with kit), and 6 wire connectors. Led panels snap into the clips that hold the bulb socket. Easy instructions included.
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