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Old 01-15-2014, 11:57 PM   #15
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Ironically i just figured it out right after posting, 2000-2002 Lincoln LS. Now to see if i can find some nice replacements.
Yup...... same also used on my '02 Dutch Star. Over $200 each from Newmar.
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Old 01-16-2014, 09:52 AM   #16
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Don't have pix but our '03 Winnebago Adventurer has lights from a 2003 Chev Impala.
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Thumbs up Thats a cool idea

Wonder what a headlight assembly a 2002 Discovery has. It kind of looks like a 2000 something Chevy pick-up. Maybe I can get a picture posted. A cool way to upgrade.

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Wonder what a headlight assembly a 2002 Discovery has. It kind of looks like a 2000 something Chevy pick-up. Maybe I can get a picture posted. A cool way to upgrade.

Judging from separate headlight and side marker, definitely not 2000 or later.

Looks like 1990 Silverado headlight.
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As far as I know, all headlights have a number on them. Get the number and do a Google search. You'll then find what they're off of. For an example, the number on mine (right side) is TYC 20-5859 from an 01/02 Lincoln.
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Yup...... same also used on my '02 Dutch Star. Over $200 each from Newmar.
Do a search for TYC 20-5859. Amazon has it for $118.
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Old 01-16-2014, 10:12 PM   #21
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Our 2008 Newmar Canyon Star actually has standard 5 3/4" round headlights:
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Got them for $33 a pair a few years ago on eBay when one got cracked by a rock. Dealer wanted something like $70 for one. They are similar to these:
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The headlights on our '05 Itasca Horizon 36RD are from the '04 Nissan Frontier pickup. Much cheaper buying the "pickup" headlights. The number is on the assembly for mine (315-1141).
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Wonder what a headlight assembly a 2002 Discovery has. It kind of looks like a 2000 something Chevy pick-up. Maybe I can get a picture posted. A cool way to upgrade.

96 to 99 chev pu, Tahoe or Suburban. I got a nice set of projector style from LMC truck out of LA. Your discovery also uses ford van tail lamps and I got a nice set also from LMC.
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Not my unit but anyone recognize these head lamp?
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For an example, the number on mine (right side) is TYC 20-5859 from an 01/02 Lincoln.
Just so you know, TYC did not make the OEM Lincoln headlight. A company called "North American Lighting" did. Real ones say "NAL" on them. Newmar bought cheap copies. (As did Winnebago on my Adventurer, and many others, not calling them out by themselves.)

As someone else pointed out, there's a very good chance the TYC copies don't meet DOT specs. I believe this is one reason you see so many RV owners complaining about poor lighting.
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Just so you know, TYC did not make the OEM Lincoln headlight. A company called "North American Lighting" did. Real ones say "NAL" on them. Newmar bought cheap copies. (As did Winnebago on my Adventurer, and many others, not calling them out by themselves.)

As someone else pointed out, there's a very good chance the TYC copies don't meet DOT specs. I believe this is one reason you see so many RV owners complaining about poor lighting.
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96 to 99 chev pu, Tahoe or Suburban. I got a nice set of projector style from LMC truck out of LA. Your discovery also uses ford van tail lamps and I got a nice set also from LMC.

stink...you are da'man

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