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Old 05-29-2014, 02:10 PM   #1
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Pleasure-way excel amber light broke

These are on the outside near top and a small rock broke it while driving. Does anyone know the part number and/or manufacturer of these.

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Different years may have used different lenses.
Can you post a picture , or locate a name or number, on the lens its self.

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It is likely the clearance light. I just replaced one on my Winn Journey and found there are "standard" sizes although there are five or six different ones all built/conforming to national vehicle standards so brand is not likely important if you get the right size . Best place to try is a truck stop. Measure or take pix and go through their selection. I'm sure you will find the correct size. Will likely be faster and cost a lot less than ordering a replacement from the builder.
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