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Old 02-27-2012
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I need to replace both of the spot/flood light bulbs on our SP. Anyone have a part #?

I'm going to assume that you have the round style JABSCO lights, so you can go multiple ways with this, you can replace the original JABSCO 2 way spot/flood bulb for $66.75 per bulb.


http://www.jamestowndistributors.com...ct.do?pid=9842


Or you can do what I did and go to the Tractor Supply and purchase a Wagner 4416 spot light bulb for $14.95




http://www.tractorsupply.com/wagner-...asedPricingCmd


The JABSCO bulb is more watts so a little bit more powerful, but I have been satisfied with the results of the Wagner bulb, I also used this bulb in my old light bars on some of my escort vehicles, before I changed over to strobe light bars.


I have also used a more powerful 13 volt aircraft nose gear landing light in my light bars that is the same size bulb as the JABSCO bulb, it is 100 watt for $15.30 per bulb, but I would be cautious with the wiring in your spot light for these.




http://www.replacementlightbulbs.com...3713v100w.html
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