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Old 03-20-2019, 12:33 PM   #1
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Boogey Lights Anyone?

Does anyone have photos or personal info regarding Boogey Lights?

I'm seriously considering them, however, there is no service shop that is contracted with them to install in our area of WA state.

I'm wondering if this is even something I can remotely tackle myself. Fiance is a builder with some electrical exposure but I do realize RV power is not exactly the same.

Will I need an additional battery for this?

Thank you kindly in advance,
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Old 03-20-2019, 05:40 PM   #3
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I use them to replace OEM lights when they die - you can buy in fixed or custom lengths, single and changing colors, etc. Install is pretty straight-forward with their instructions and ID of the hot and ground wire on the lights and on your coach.

We've done about a dozen installs on multiple RVs - I think the price is more competitive and the quality much, much better than OEM lights.
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Old 03-20-2019, 06:43 PM   #4
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After 3 attempts with the off shore junk from eBay, I finally purchased my Boogey Lights 2 months ago.
There is a noticeable difference in the quality of the product, the easy of installation and the end result.
They perform beautifully, super bright and come with a 3 level dimmer.
Boogey Lights come with an excellent set of instructions.
Check out their web site and you will see photos of my RV.
I tapped into the 12-volt power of my Dometic Power Awning.
They draw such a small amount of power you definitely will not require any additional battery power.
In my honest opinion, Boogey Lights are great and I am glad I spent the extra money on a quality product.
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Old 03-20-2019, 06:54 PM   #5
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Installed them under 37 ft motorhome. High quality lites and simple installation. I used the multi color and controller to use multiple programs. I highly recommend them.Click image for larger version

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Just wanted to say thank you for the kind words for Boogey Lights products. We've worked hard to make them the best and brightest available anywhere. About 50% of our customers DIY install. They're not difficult to install if you have knowledge of 12vdc lighting. Our installation instructions are very detailed. That said, any RV dealer can do the installation. Most 12vdc auto accessory places can do it too. They don't require special knowledge. And, our website contains a lot of helpful information including downloadable documentation for all products. Plus, our techs are always happy to assist via phone. As for photos, customers send us photos of their RVs lit up all the time so if you want to see photos, here's a link to our RV photo gallery. . Again, thanks to those who have purchased our products. Your business is very much appreciated.

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