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Old 05-19-2005, 07:34 PM   #1
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Our LE 3305 had one "dinky" light for the
rear area of the rig. I purchased another 12v
marine light from West Marine which almost
like a mini spot light and works much better
than the stock light. Easy replacement.
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Our LE 3305 had one "dinky" light for the
rear area of the rig. I purchased another 12v
marine light from West Marine which almost
like a mini spot light and works much better
than the stock light. Easy replacement.
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Old 05-19-2005, 07:47 PM   #3
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jese buddy !!
reminds me of many years ago when a boss of mine called me into his office and proudly told me i was no longer 'on the clock' but that i was now salaried.!
it took me a year to realize that it was just because i worked too hard and long and it was just cheaper to salary me.
i get the feeling you weren't 'on the clock' too long in your life

hey, here's a thought in my head,
ever since you put those two spot lights in the LE bedroom, which by the way is shockingly remiss of good light,
i have been gathering all (20) the 'HALO' spots i have from a remodel at work. I snagged them all when i remodeled.
they are a track system light, with Halo's 3-circuit track. halo is a good name in lighting, i am not, so for the life of me i can't tell if they are lowvoltage (12 volts from the battery!) or if they are 110 volt and i should run them from the WW panel. I am going to put just a few of them in the trailer.

I would shoot a pic of them tonite and post it here to see if you know more about them,
but of course,
my camera is in my unused trailer with everything else.
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Oh boy Mike...here he goes again!!

56! We need for you to tell us just what the sittin' and enjoyin' vs. workin' ratio you have on that new LE!! Man...you're just the busy little beaver, ain't 'cha???!!

You gave us so many good ideas- I kinda think I'll be on the same program when (and if) we get the SLC...still need for you to give us some partic's on that Costco inverter (Xantex, right?).

Now...go over to your sister's and help 'em clean that puppy out!! I'm sure they need some gadgets added to help sell the thing!!

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