6"-long light works as a stop, turn, or tail light. Waterproof, sonically sealed, flush-mount design features 10 super diodes and a durable red plastic lens. Draws .243A at 12.8V. Meets DOT FMVSS 108 requirements.
Rated 5 out of 5 by EdW116 Great Lights
Very easy to install once you look at the rubber gasket and notice the locking flange built into it.
Easy hook up to prior wiring, simple plug and play.
After installing one side I noticed the lens sticking out from the trailer frame. The other side had gone in and was flush. I removed the lens and gasket and found that there is a small lip on the inside of the gasket that snaps into the trailer opening. After pushing the gasket in firmly the lens seated perfectly flush with the trailer frame.
The instructions don't mention anything about the lip on the gasket or pushing firmly around the gasket to seat it. I thought I had pressed hard enough, but hadn't.
Even with this minor problem I would fully recommend this/these light(s) to anyone wanting to replace their older bulb style lights.
July 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishguts314 Oval LED Tail Lights
Easy to install, push right in place, good looking, work great ...!
September 7, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by PugsRus I like LED,s however...
I do like the LED lights. They make for much safer visibilty on the road. We use LED lights on all of our equiptment. The however is, they are very costly. I purchased a set for my boat trailer approx. two years ago that are guaranteed for life and I already have to order another one to replace the one that burned out? Where do I get my free replacement?
August 16, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by travist75 No Bracket to Mount
These look really nice but don't come with screws or a bracket to mount them to your trailer. All they have is a rubber gromet.
January 31, 2011
LED lights are considerably more bright than an incandecent bulb. Your new lights should be wired as follows. White-ground(-), Black-marker, Red-stop/turn. A good way to check for all the correct functions when working alone is just turn on your park lights along with a blinker or your hazard (flashers) and check for proper function. You should deffinetly see the brighter turn or flasher over the steady marker light. And since the turn/flasher wire is the same circuit as the brake you should be good to go.