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Old 06-01-2015, 03:29 PM   #29
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Follow-up report: The LED bulbs by Gold Star that I ordered from Amazon worked out just fine...all worked.....Amazon is amazing!....low prices...fast professional delivery via UPS...items arrived a day early.

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I ordered 10 through Cabin Bright off Amazon. Got them in good time for 5.50 each. I had hoped they would fit the puck lights but they're too long. I can use them in a few of the ones that have no covers and the bulb sits vertically. The puck lights ave covers and the bulb sits horizontally. There are some 60 bulbs in our rig so it's going to be expensive if I have to change fixtures too.
Tried ordering some of the Chinese ones off Amazon but the order seems to have been confiscated by Customs according to the seller.

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Old 06-01-2015, 03:56 PM   #31
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I've replaced all the G4 halogen bulbs with these LEDs from AliExpress (China). Two week delivery, and 70 cents apiece. Great replacement for the 20 watt halogens.


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