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Old 09-13-2017, 01:53 PM   #15
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I just put them in and let the lens cover hold them up. You could double side foam tape them up if wanted. These stay cool unlike leds I bought for my previous camper that got as hot as the incandescent bulbs...
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I just put them in and let the lens cover hold them up. You could double side foam tape them up if wanted. These stay cool unlike leds I bought for my previous camper that got as hot as the incandescent bulbs...
I will give these a try as well right after we finished the installation of new shocks and nerf bars on the truck. Been thinking of adding some additional lights on the Sunny lately
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Dig/Tom,

Nice 1950 there. Happy camping to you, SWMBO, & the whole family! There are quite a few SOC members who hail from "the land of pleasant living". [A Natty Bo fan, perhaps? ]
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Nice 1950 there. Happy camping to you, SWMBO, & the whole family! There are quite a few SOC members who hail from "the land of pleasant living". [A Natty Bo fan, perhaps? ]
Thanks! More a fan of the jingle than the beer itself.

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Thanks, John.

I meant what I said about the forum moderation. I can tell that you guys love this place and take very good care of it and that's in addition to the incredible knowledge base that you all have. I will avail myself of that resource at every opportunity!
Hi Dig,

Thanks for the good words. Much appreciated. And yes, we do "get into" our Sunlines! We are a proud bunch that way. We are made up of prior Sunline owners, current Sunline owners or anyone wanting to know about a Sunline... The forum has a great bunch of good folks willing to help just like your neighbor in a campground. And our Sunline rally's are great too where you can place the owner next to their camper.... and make new life long best friends. Our Admin is very supportive of us and also very helpful.

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Old 10-04-2017, 05:09 PM   #20
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My usual modus operandi whenever I join a forum with a specific interest is to start at least one thread that becomes a repository of my initial and ongoing experiences with whatever the subject matter might be, cars, clothes (don't ask) and so forth. I've decided that on THIS forum, that may not be the most beneficial tack. The setup on SOC lends itself to individual threads that can be easily searched and impart valuable information, years after the original poster has moved on to other subjects.

I'll wrap this thread up by saying that I will create new threads (always with oddball titles but they will contain relevant words whenever someone searches by titles) in thre proper subforums as the opportunities arise. Of course, I will try to reply to anything further that is mentioned in this thread, as well.

Thanks for your welcoming interest.
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I prefer the flat ones they direct the light where you need it the tower bulbs don't so much. My little T1700 had 13 bulbs they drew 23 amp when they were all on I now have 15 LEDs (mostly custom homemade fixtures) they draw 3.08 amps.
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Yeah... I missed the boat on those inexpensive flat ones. They were sold out when I went back.
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Just a note about the above post that I forgot to make back then, so I guess this is a long term follow-up.

I ended up ordering a couple of packs these warm white LEDs from Amazon soon after I had asked about bulbs in this thread and although they came with a couple of non-working duds, overall, they were exactly the look I was going for. I put one of them in a double light fixture and it was nearly identical to the incandescent bulb beside it but just a little less bright. Zero heat comes off of these LEDs and I have yet to have one of them burn out on me, almost two years later.
As a side note, I had previously bought a two pack of bright white LEDs from WalMart as a test but we didn't like the very bright whiteness of them for most of the light fixtures in the camper so I put them over the kitchen sink where the extra brightness worked perfectly!
Grv T10 921 194 24-3528 SMD LED Bulb lamp Super Bright Warm White AC/DC 12V -28V Pack of 10



Apparently, there's now a second generation that came out in 2018 that is supposed to be improved but I can't speak to that. Maybe the reviews will help, based on the dates.

Anyhow, I forgot to count the outside fixtures when I placed the original order so I am ordering a six pack to replace the incandescents around the exterior and have some spares in the event any of them ever goes bad which, fingers crossed, hasn't happened yet.

OTOH, maybe those VERY bright WalMart bulbs are what I need outside. Hmm.
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I got here as fast as I could!

Had me a few Natty Bos just last weekend hun.
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