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Old 03-22-2012, 08:56 AM   #1
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Lights on dolly towed vehicle

Has anyone ever used the towed vehilces lights for additional lighting as opposed to purchasing the magnetic lights?
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I believe that most people use the towed vehicles lights powered by the towing vehicle! I do! I asked the businessman that sells hitches to properly wire it for me. Others that frequent this forum do it themselves and can give you loads of info on how!
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I believe that most people use the towed vehicles lights powered by the towing vehicle! I do! I asked the businessman that sells hitches to properly wire it for me. Others that frequent this forum do it themselves and can give you loads of info on how!
Thanks - I'll contact a couple of MH dealers and see what they say. I don't want to tackle myself.
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I use the dolly lights and carry the magnetic lights in the storage bay as backup. I converted the dolly lights to LED and they really show some light.
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