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Posted: April 30 2008 at 13:29 | IP Logged Quote jehaywood

Has anyone switched there trailer lights to LED ones?  If so is there a big enough improvement to do it?  I have been debating over the winter if I should.  I have heard they dont go out as much and I am in salt water 90% of the time.  Any input would be great.

 

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 Have you updated your lights yet??? Haven't done them yet. Next time a light goes out I think  I will tho. Lot easier to see at night and daytime.


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Posted: August 15 2008 at 12:28 | IP Logged Quote jehaywood

Actually I did.  They have already made a difference.  They've outlasted regular lights and they are way brighter.

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 excellent.. Kinda what I've been hearing about em.. Sounds like an easy and worthwhile upgrade...



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