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Old 02-19-2010, 10:44 AM   #11
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I used the same site as linked above. For the main lights, I used the PCB ones and for the spot floods I used the BA15's. I went with the W-24's as we both don't care for alot of light. If we are reading a paper, we either sit in the recliner or couch with one of the spot lights shining down. If you prefer a brighter light, then you will need to go with the W-36 or the WHP9 series.

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Old 02-19-2010, 11:07 AM   #12
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That's the same site I stumbled upon. Did you use the standard BA9s as a replacement bulb or the PCB series that has a whole computer board of LEDs?



I have a combination of--------
921-+12 Wedge base bulb-White 921-W12 2.00
T10-PCB-CWHP9 LED Lamp. I used these in the overhead fixtures.
67-+15 LED bulb-White 67-W15 2.00 I think this is the one I put in the yard light by the door.
This thread coming back up reminded me I have to get a few more. I want to change out the florescent light over the sink for a LED for one thing.
We are really satisfied with them. When dry camping you don't have to be so stingy with the lights. Not much amp draw compared to the old ones. No heat either.
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Old 02-22-2010, 06:37 AM   #13
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The leds that I ordered you take out the bulb,plug in the conector stick the led panel up (two sided tape)put cover on and you are done.I ordered 6 to see what they would be like. We put 2 110 panels on the roof dont know the brand now(im old)runs to 4 6volt batteries then to a 2500inverter
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Old 02-22-2010, 08:10 AM   #14
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Here is the cheapest place that I had found so far to get the LEDs. I had just bought 1 of the cool whites off ebay that this guy sells toi try them out. They were a little too bluish white for me.



So I emailed him and asked him if he could get the warm white LEDs and he said no problem same price $9.79 withfree shipping. I sent him the cash and about 10 days later I had the light. They fit no problem in our Cruiser, they came with 3-4 different types of fittings for different style fixtures. They also come with a backing that sticks to your fixture just plug it in peal and stick and your good to go.



You cant go wrong with them either they are pretty bright in color and it cuts out the middlemans upcharge. (I seen the same lights 36 LEDs on a website and they wanted around 20-25 each same lights too)



Here iks the link to him on ebay http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trk...All-Categories
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