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Old 02-14-2010
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Rick, Which light are you asking about. Turn Signal, Landing Light, Turning light?
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LANDING LIGHT???????
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Yes the rear facing landing light housing on the right side. Plastic, and the bulb is round. The bulb survived but the housing is somewhere in NC in the snow.
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I think the lights on your bird was installed as replacements for the original lights by the PO. They are mounted on a square panel, right?
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Yes, Squarish panel right behind the rear of the front wheel well facing to the rear so the light illuminates as you are backing up. I call it a rear facing landing light housing. It sticks out 3 1/2 or 4" from the body. It is rounded but the attachment point is square. Is that confusing enough?
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Not at all Rick. I took a look at the POs web site and your lights are as I remember. The Po removed the Morse Landing lights and replaced them with something else. I don't have a clue as to what he used. Perhaps someone else will be able to help.
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Thanks alot for looking Rick. I have to call him tomorrow anyhow and will ask if he knows. They looked so much like they fit the coach I just thought that it was an OEM item. Rick
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Rick & Rick...maybe available at TSC or your favorite tractor store?
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Morning Dick. Snowing there? Blizzard like here. Anyway a PO of Ricks Bus has removed the entire factory Landing Lights and covered the hole with something then attached another type light to the metal cover. They might be available at TS in Rolla but I havn't seen anything like that here.
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PO says the assy's are marine parts. I will have to take the good one apart and look for OEM markings. He bought them off ebay so didn't know who made them. I got the coach stuck between my house and garage, so now have to round off the overhangs to get it through the pass! I have a 200 year old oak tree that is close to the driveway and have to snake around that too. I used to have an Airstream that would come between them but it was curved and would just squeeze through. No problems, just challenges. Rick in Ohio
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