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Stephen has the blue ice cubes.

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Frank,
The LED units are still available at:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2x-Red-LED-...ZY-Fdv&vxp=mtr
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Frank,
The LED units are still available at:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2x-Red-LED-...ZY-Fdv&vxp=mtr
Barry, Did you upgrade the gauges, or the bulbs inside the original gauges??
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I upgraded the DC voltage, Water Temp, Oil Pressure, and Fuel gauges and then replaced all lamps with bright white LED bulbs.

A few gauges required flat faced LED's also.
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Thanks for the replies, I had one good inverter and determined that my dash no longer lights up. I guess the shifter panel, and other panels to the right of the main dash were originally lit also but I never saw those working. I am going to work on an alternative.
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Matt -
You may also want to look here: https://www.superbrightleds.com/more...ate-bolt/1685/
If you want to call them aviation post lights: $14.95 ea. from Aircraft Spruce for the same item. :-)
A lot of LED alternatives as you plan your project.
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