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Old 12-02-2020, 09:31 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me the number on the original dim headlight bulbs. I switched to HID's years ago. I know I kept my original bulbs but I can not find them. Would like to now switch to LED's, but need the original bulb number to get the correct LED's. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Can anyone tell me the number on the original dim headlight bulbs. I switched to HID's years ago. I know I kept my original bulbs but I can not find them. Would like to now switch to LED's, but need the original bulb number to get the correct LED's. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Looking for the bulb number for my Travel Supreme dim headlights that were installed at factory when built.
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9004 led headlights bulbs

Just replaced mine , wow , what a difference. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Modified the locking ring to slightly to make them fit the new bulbs. The low and high beams were reversed so I used a paper clip to release the female pins , red and blue wires and just reversed the socket pins, 5 minutes. You won't believe the difference! Didn't even have to adjust the headlights, beam position was perfect.
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Got my LED's installed. Steve at M4 helped me figure out which one's I needed. As said very bright and good to go.
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hello folks first time posting I have a 2006 42ft DL24 the headlights are the Hella halogen lights. I would like to up grade to LED has anyone else done this with this type of system. If you have could you give an idea on what you used. Thanks
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hello folks first time posting I have a 2006 42ft DL24 the headlights are the Hella halogen lights. I would like to up grade to LED has anyone else done this with this type of system. If you have could you give an idea on what you used. Thanks
I recently replaced the hella bulbs in our Tour. Twist out your old bulbs to check the number, probably H9. I bought 2 pair of Beamtech H11 on Amazon to replace both driving and high beam bulbs. H9 and H11 are interchangeable. Lots of H11 bulbs on Amazon. Most are too bright, so I tried to find bulbs on the lower end of lumens to not blind oncoming traffic. Beam pattern is good and much brighter than the factory bulbs. Very satisfied and takes about 2 minutes per bulb to change.
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