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I need to replace both of the spot/flood light bulbs on our SP. Anyone have a part #?
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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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I need to replace both of the spot/flood light bulbs on our SP. Anyone have a part #?
As a side note, you might consider bringing your old ones to the flea market at RATS if you don't sell them before then.....
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You can also go to NAPA. They should have them in stock. They were used in emergency equipment. The last ones I got from them were about $30. But that was a few years ago.
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Thanks all.
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I found the spot light bulb and retainer ring on the ground in front of my 82 FC today. A combination of wind and my RV cover must have beat it up. Anyway, I found a replacement for the GE 4700 bulb. It is a Wagner 4700 that was $15 on Amazon.

Does anyone have a close-up pic of the spot light? The retainer ring is missing the screw or bolt that cinched it up tight. Just wanted to see how it is supposed to go together so I can get new bulb installed.

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cm_shannon:


Will page 3 of the attached file match your spotlights?
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Will page 3 of the attached file match your spotlights?
Perfect, Thanks!
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