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Old 12-13-2020, 05:51 PM   #1
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LED light upgrade

Does anyone have a full list of replacement bulbs for all locations interior and exterior for a 2015 Crossroads Sunset Trail 250rb? I’m upgrading to LED Amazon links would also be appreciated.
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Old 12-13-2020, 07:22 PM   #2
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If you pull the bulbs and look at them you should be able to identify what they are. 2015 might already have LED's. If not, and they are the old style bulbs, they should have a # on them.

Write the number/numbers down and look on this link. You should be able to find any bulb you need.
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My 2015 did not have any exterior LEDs, but every interior fixture except the range hood and overhead decorative dining area light was LED.
If you are looking for interior LED, I would recommend a complete fixture change. It doesn't cost much more, and the light is less blinding and doesn't shine in all the wrong directions. There are many choices.
If you decide to go with bulb replacements, pay attention to the 'warmth', or color temperature . The really high color 5000K bulb is blinding bright. I replaced the 2056 bulb in my dining room fixture with a 2700K LED, it is very warm and almost incandescent in color. The lower the number, the less white and bright it is. I do not like blinding white LEDs.
I replaced all the exterior light housings with LED housings. They look much nicer, the light is far brighter, and they take much less power from your truck.
I like a place called Superbrightleds.com.
I also got my replacement awning light string from them.
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Old 12-14-2020, 06:46 PM   #4
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These are as close as I could find. And my wife was thrilled.

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Old 12-17-2020, 04:55 AM   #5
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I think some information in here can help you: https://vogeltalksrving.com/best-rv-...hts/#more-1177
I have just consulted and bought this Kohree Upgrade LED RV Double Dome Light here. I am impressed with these RV LED ceiling lights because of their brightness. They can replace the halogen lamps that originally came with the RV.
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Thank you. We were able to get them switched out
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Old 05-01-2021, 09:48 AM   #7
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I just purchased a 2013 ST32FR. The first thing I did was order two 20-pack 921 LED bulbs in warm white to replace the 30+ interior bulbs.

When we were doing the walk-thru, I noticed that the factory incandescent bulbs became scalding hot after a short amount of time. Between the finger burning heat and high power draw, LED’s were a no-brainer necessity.

The only lights I haven’t changed out are the frosted puck lights above the TV. I just need to figure out how to remove them.
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Old 05-01-2021, 12:21 PM   #8
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When I bought my trailer I replaced the 29 incandescent #921 bulbs with LEDs before I took it out on my first outing.
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You can look up this list in a user’s manual. They usually have it for every type of electric appliance. If you don’t have one print, you can look for the producer’s official website.
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You can look up this list in a user’s manual. They usually have it for every type of electric appliance. If you don’t have one print, you can look for the producer’s official website.
They usually have this “Download” section where you can look up various documentation regarding their products. Also, I would recommend you not to use regular bulbs in your trailer, but try to look for something special like color-changing LED light bulbs that can be synced with the music you listen to. They can also react to your voice commands and shine any color you want. It’s a magnificent way to create an atmosphere in a room.
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I took my interior bulbs and took the numbers on them and googled replacement led for #____. Got mine off eBay or Amazon.
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When we had our Cruiser we got our LED's from a company called Cabin Bright. My sister had dealt with them for there motorhome and had a print out of the incandescent light numbers and the LED equivalent. Also if you wanted a warmer light he had those also. https://www.cabinbright.com/
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