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Old 10-31-2015, 01:57 PM   #1
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Old Crank Sat Out New Automatic In - Crank Replaced With...

A very bright LED light and switch covering the elevation readout plate.


Switch is JR Products

Light is Dream Lighting LED Panel Light 8.5Inches White Shell, Warm White Lighting
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Looks good!
Thank you, I hope it helps someone in the future.
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That light is a good idea. I used a couple of round door knob wall shields (one for the mechanism and a smaller one for the elevation display) and it looked great but I like the LED idea better I think.
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It really adds a lot of much needed warm light upfront where I only have two map lights and the florescent light that does not do much. Downside is that its 14w.

Now I really want to replace other lights with LED's.
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