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Old 05-21-2014, 04:37 PM   #99
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Can't get a pic, but what about a 2004-2007 American Tradition? Please
Looks like a BMW, but I doubt it though.
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Picture posting is a pain on my phone. But if they look like BMW, but aren't, my first guess would be Lincoln LS.
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I'm thinking BMW 3 series 1992-99.
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Tim, looks like you are right on the money!

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We talked about LS lights in the beginning of this thread. There's pictures there...
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It's definitely BMW headlights, I also found euro replacements with projectors complete for $160 for the pair!
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1997 winnebago brave

I have a 1997 Winnebago brave that was to close to a travel trailer that caught on fire it in turn melted the right and left headlight bezels, they are no longer available thru Winnebago or any wrecking yards I have contacted, would anyone who recognizes them please help me find a set ,
the ones shown are from a 1998 or 9 brave
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Hi,

I went through this with my Allegro. The way I tracked down the correct headlight models was to google the numbers on the plastic lenses. It wasn't easy, but eventually I found it. GMC Sierra and Yukon p/u trucks.
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I have not read the entire thread so if I am duplicating another answer I apologize. On my MH I just read the DOT numbers off of the lens then looked that up on the internet this gives you the make and year of the vehicle the lights were made for. This company seems to have good prices and they give you everything you need for conversion correctly not just a bulb and ballast that wont have the focus of halo lights.

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I'm still looking for my headlight bezls on my 1997 winnebago brave is there anyone out there that can help me please
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Hi Thnx to the person that posted the reply to pull out the assembly and google the part number. We have a 2000 Newmar Mountainaire and it appears that the assembly is for a 93-97 olds Cutlass Supreme.
I was not able to find any info on the fog lamps for this model. Any ideas anyone
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2008 Gulf Stream Independence DOT # is 20-6397MA R, and 20-6398MA L which were used on Ford '03-'06 Expeditions.
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I have a 1997 Winnebago brave that was to close to a travel trailer that caught on fire it in turn melted the right and left headlight bezels, they are no longer available thru Winnebago or any wrecking yards I have contacted, would anyone who recognizes them please help me find a set ,
the ones shown are from a 1998 or 9 brave
Maybe mid 80s chev van? If not probably a winni produced part.
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thank you for tring, I checked 1980 thru 1990 chev vans and there not a match
Winnebago no longer makes this part I've checked
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