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Old 10-01-2021, 05:15 PM   #1
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Side Docking Lights?

I searched this forum as well as the Country Coach Forum with no luck. I would like to replace the (4) colonial white colored docking lights with new. One of the housings is so old, the lense will no longer stay engaged. I purchased one off Amazon as a shot in the dark but it was too small. If anyone has replaced these, I would appreciate a vendor and part number. Coach is a 2001 Intrigue, 36 foot. For what it's worth, the light appears to be the same as the porch light. Thanks in advance, CG
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My tail light lenses had the manufacturer and I think the model number on the lens.

Maybe your lenses have the same info on them?
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Old 10-06-2021, 01:45 PM   #3
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Have you solved your docking light issue?

I used this style. Sealed LED bulbs and a nicer style, IMO.

As compared to the blocky 40 year old original style, I am sure the fuel mileage is up by .000000002 percent, a bonus for sure!
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Those look great. I'm concerned there will be witness marks from the old housing but I'll take one off and give it a try. Thanks for the suggestion.
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The flattish oval design covered 95% of the original light housing. Block sanding and paint matching covered the rest.

I purchased it (them) from KaperII.
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As an alternate:


I had to replace mine and went with these, LED very similar footprint to the original.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/18351640332...Cclp%3A2334524


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Have you solved your docking light issue?

I used this style. Sealed LED bulbs and a nicer style, IMO.

As compared to the blocky 40 year old original style, I am sure the fuel mileage is up by .000000002 percent, a bonus for sure!
Saving the environment .000000002 percent at a time!
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https://muniac.smugmug.com/frame/sli...=2&clickable=1

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Curb and Porch lights.

Our Prevost Country Coach uses a chrome housing and lens from a 1978 Chevy Pickup truck, this is the light on the back of the cab that lights up the cargo bed. I added LED bulbs to them. I also just replaced my frosted Headlights and discovered that Prevost used Headlights from a 1988 Ford F150 Pickup. When I changed them I added LED bulbs too.
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Just fought that same battle. The original light on my 2000 Allure is just over 6 inches long. The Bargman replacement i got from Amazon was too small.


So here's the fix: Amazon has an RV porch light, by Lumitronics, model ‎LUM-IP01L which is 6.5 x 2.5 x 3.5 inches. Matched the age mark on my coach.
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LUMITRONICS RV portch light. Sadly, not available in chrome.
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LUMITRONICS RV portch light. Sadly, not available in chrome.
Our porch lights have also been changed to LED....I'm guessing same ones as above...

Looks and functions completely OEM and are nice and bright.

As far as docking lights I bet you could find those too.

Ours look like a standard size (05 Magna) and remember the rear floods, round in my case are also a part of that system/circuit

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Just fought that same battle. The original light on my 2000 Allure is just over 6 inches long. The Bargman replacement i got from Amazon was too small.


So here's the fix: Amazon has an RV porch light, by Lumitronics, model ‎LUM-IP01L which is 6.5 x 2.5 x 3.5 inches. Matched the age mark on my coach.
Thank you! That was exactly what I was looking for. I bought the smaller LED previously from Amazon and was not happy with the slightly smaller size so I will give these a try.
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My 03 Beaver Baron, lost one of the glass turn signal lenses, searched high and low all the salvage yards a year later I was about to replace both headlight/ turn signal assembles for about $400 with units that looked like they'd fill up the holes with just a little body work and then I Googled the number on the other side, yep Ford F150 replacement for $13.50
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