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Old 06-29-2010, 07:32 PM   #15
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Take Pride,
The install of 2 Maxxima (P/N M23015V) clearance marker lights, (one at each rear wheel) and the install of 2 Maxxima (P/N M23015V) signal lights (one at each front wheel well) is complete. They look good and work good.

Take Pride, I do have to tell you the mounting screw pattern on the Maxxima fixture is not exactly the same as the original “truck lite” fixture but one can work around that (in the rear wheel well). Rest assured that the Maxxima fixture does conceal any and all blemishes, again looks good, no after thought looks here.

As was stated, poly-carbonate fixture with 14 LEDs and $12.75 per fixture (from McKay’s Specialized Service/Parts, 760 352-5381).

Safety (front wheel signal lights) was the only reason I took on this project and I also wanted the rear wheel well light to match.

I am not able to attach the pictures, I’m not sure how to do it, but if you give me your email, I might have more success that way.

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Old 06-29-2010, 08:20 PM   #16
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Maxxima part # correction

Takepride

Just a correction on the Maxxima light fixture part no. the correct P/N is M23015Y

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Old 06-29-2010, 10:54 PM   #17
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Dennis:

Looks like you found a good price on them too!

FYI

To insert a picture(s) in your post in a new thread:

1. Scroll down to the Additional Options section & click on Manage Attachments. A pop up box will appear.
2. Click Browse to find the the photo on your computer. Double-click the photo to put it's address in the box next to the Browse button. Keep clicking Browse to add more pictures.
3. Click on Upload
4. Close the window

When you submit the thread, the photo(s) will be in your post.

If you want to put a picture in a post that is not a new thread:

1. Click on either Post a Reply (at the top of the thread) or Go Advanced (at the bottom of the thread)
2. Follow instructions from step 1 above

When you submit your post, the photo(s) will be in your post.

Sometimes, I've found this also works (don't know how or why it doesn't work all the time):
1. Right click on the picture & copy it
2. Put cursor in post, right click & paste it

When you submit your post, the photo(s) will be in your post, but without the box around them.
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Old 06-30-2010, 05:36 PM   #18
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Here are the pictures from Dennis:
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Here are the pictures from Dennis
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Take Pride,
We are hoping the pictures posted okay. They are as follows:
Top left-view from above
Top right-view from 45 degree rear or forward of lights
Lower left-view from 45 degree rear or foward of lights
Lower right-view at 90 degrees from lights.

The two lower picutes are of the right rear wheel well (that replace the orignal fixtures.

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Thanks Dennis! Those are much brighter than the OEM. I'm sold.
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led lights

has anyone replaced thier complete rear tail lights with led's.saw some really neat ones on peterson. trying to find some to replace mine on 95 Monaco Dynasty 40ft. anymore ideas
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Bill:

There are already a couple threads that include LED tail lights:

Headlight Cover Replacements

and

Alpine Coach tail light lens info

They include model numbers and vendors. You can search this forum and others using the search function near the top of forum main pages. Use "LED tail light".

First you will need to determine what light was used, since RV manufacturers normally use the lights off existing production cars. Ours (Alpines) use BMW 5 Series headlights and Ford Econoline tail lights. Yours will likely be some other combination. I've seen Nissan lights on Vectras and Lincoln lights on Scottsdales.
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