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Old 07-31-2019, 09:24 PM   #1
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Fog or Driving light replacements

I have a 2007 Fleetwood that has cats eye shaped driving light in the lower part of the front cap. Mine are well worn and I'd like to find a quality replacement assembly for them. They appear to have a single stud mount but I can't seem to find any of a similar shape.

Anyone else replaced theirs and have some suggestions

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Old 08-01-2019, 06:23 AM   #2
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Great question. I have a 2003 35B Bounder and want to upgrade from stock incandescent bulbs to halogen , HID or LED. Looking for opinions from those who have had a successful upgrade.

For additional driving light improvement I am considering adding Hella halogen light pods.
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I had to replace my headlights a few years back and this company had the solution for me. They even had good prices.
https://www.rvheadlights.com/
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I already did the headlights with BMW E39 projectors with angle eye LEDs.

https://www.amazon.com/Spec-D-Tuning.../dp/B016RX6LFG

I'm looking for something to replace the fog or driving lights. They are an odd shape and I'm having difficulty finding something that fits.

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Old 08-02-2019, 05:29 AM   #5
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Thank you

Thank you for the links and information on driving lights. Checking them out. I assumed I had incandescent bulbs till I really looked and my lamps are halogen. I was shocked. Upgrading them with better quality units and polishing the headlight lenses.
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replacing headlights

Made another discovery in my headlights. I went out and wrote down the numbers off the headlights to see if I could track them down. My models were called TYC 20-5173.

Turns out that my headlights are not original. They are units off a Cadillac DeVille model years 1999 to 2003. You can order them and cost 57.00 per side. They don't come with the halogen bulbs. The replacement bulbs for the regular and high beams are 60.00 per side. Sylvania gold xenon bulbs.

Headlight lens are slightly cloudy so I am going to polish then with a kit and upgrade the bulbs. Then add a pair of Hello oval driving lights for the grill. They should give me more than enough light.
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And before I call Fleetwood, anyone with any ideas on lenses or assemblies that would replace those cats eye fog lights that came stock on mine ??
Since I did the headlights I'd like to freshen up the fogs.
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https://www.summitracing.com/int/par...3801/overview/

These look ok if the size is right.?
Summit has lots of different lighting available.
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Results of polishing lens.

Bought the 3M lens polish kit and in 30 minutes my headlight lenses look like new. Not sure how long they will stay clear but for 32.00 I am very impressed.
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Made another discovery in my headlights. I went out and wrote down the numbers off the headlights to see if I could track them down. My models were called TYC 20-5173.

Turns out that my headlights are not original. They are units off a Cadillac DeVille model years 1999 to 2003. You can order them and cost 57.00 per side. They don't come with the halogen bulbs. The replacement bulbs for the regular and high beams are 60.00 per side. Sylvania gold xenon bulbs.

Headlight lens are slightly cloudy so I am going to polish then with a kit and upgrade the bulbs. Then add a pair of Hello oval driving lights for the grill. They should give me more than enough light.
Most all RV headlights / tailights come from the Car business.
Too expensive to engineer, mold, DOT test the lights on their own so they raid the parts counter of the Auto OEMs.
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I ordered my replacement driving lights directly from REV Parts group. Pricing was fair and they are OEM.
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I have newer headlamps that look to be OEM. Ny issue is that I need to adjust so they fit properly and direct light. Any tips or pointers you have for me?
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