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Old 11-22-2021, 06:07 PM   #1
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Demco dolly KK3 1999

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I just picked up a used 1999 Demco Kar Kaddy KK3 360. Some minor issues, but very usable. I need to replace a tail light bulb and haven't figured out how to get the lens out. Anyone have ideas?


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A picture would help. Most likely it is a sealed unit. Although it has a bulb in it you can not replace just the bulb. You need to replace the entire unit. It is possible it has been changed to LED by former owner and they have no bulbs to replace either.
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Sometimes you can pop the lens off and use "Automotive Goop" to put it back together.

Now's a great time to switch to LED's if it isn't already.
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New rims and tires

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I just found out the tires are rubbing on inside of fender. Not stock wheels and tires are 215-70r-15. They should be ST205-75R-14. Rims have a 42mm offset so they aren't easy to find. Should I just change tires to 205-75r-15 or replace wheels and tires to get back to 14"? Big cost difference :(
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I would suggest change back to original size. The narrower tires will clear the fenders.

Another route you could take is go to a set of 205/70R15 if they clear. It will depend on the back spacing. (8.1" width vs 8.5")

Here's a size chart for you...........

https://tiresize.com/calculator/
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