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Old 01-20-2016, 08:15 AM   #1
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Boogey Lights Anyone?

I am looking to see if anyone has tried this LED light kit. www.boogeylights.com A bit pricey but their claim is that their lights are brighter and heavier duty than the cheaper lights off of ebay or amazon. I am interested in something that will last and not fall off of the rv.
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I am looking to see if anyone has tried this LED light kit. www.boogeylights.com A bit pricey but their claim is that their lights are brighter and heavier duty than the cheaper lights off of ebay or amazon. I am interested in something that will last and not fall off of the rv.
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Thanks for the site. I have been looking into these for awhile now. I am stuck on A site called Superbriteled.com they have a set for $160.00 and they have a chasing function that I haven't found anywhere else.
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What are you looking at on that website, your link is to the main page. I saw the cheezy undercarrage lights. Last summer I was in the same RV park as a Prevost rally. They all had those under their MH, made them look cheap IMO.
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I am looking at both the awning lights and the under carriage lights. We do a lot of dry camping and thought the under carriage lights on low would be nice as we sit around the rv so we don't trip on anything. We usually have excess gear laying around.
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Pay no attention to me, I like it dark outside, I enjoy looking at the sky at night. The awning light tape could be handy in a RV park though.
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Pay no attention to me, I like it dark outside, I enjoy looking at the sky at night. The awning light tape could be handy in a RV park though.
So maybe red lighting that won't interfere with night vision?
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I am interested in strip leds for the undercarriage as well. The main reason I want them is for set up at night. My motorhome has very little exterior lighting. When we pull into a new campsite after dark, I have to start passing out flashlights to the children. I'd love to flip a switch and illuminate a close perimeter, without annoying my new neighbors.

I only want to do the project once. Therefore, I too am searching for the highest quality lights.

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I have had the led lights on my coach from Amazon for 3 years with no problems. They are very bright,change to any color, and have multiple functions. The remote and the connection they show in the video is inaccurate. I was impressed about the quality for the price.
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wildirishman,

Most of the posts I have read say you need a better quality tape,some are using a 3m product. I did a search for led lights here and there are quite a few good posts RE:this type of lights. Good luck with the project.

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Wild, go to post LED light install under Awning,11/26/2014 by MSHAPPYCAMPER

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When I bought mine, I didn't feel the tape would hold. I used a hot melt glue gun and they seem to be holding on fine.
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I used the the tape that came with the lights. Just prepare the surface by cleaning with alcohol. Three years no issues.
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So maybe red lighting that won't interfere with night vision?
Hmmm, Red Lights. I would be concerned with getting a visit from the law.
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Mine just installed 16'4 $39.00 @ HD
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