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Old 08-11-2003, 04:59 PM
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When you replace the wiring, make sure to solder and shrink tube all of the connections. Scince I have been doing that I have had zero problems.
not just regular shrink tube either... get the style that has a dielectric grease type substance in it... that will seal out ALL elements!
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Old 08-11-2003, 05:05 PM
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My brother who runs a trailer shop here in cincy has them. He put them on both trailers of mine. Theyt look awesome!!

Call him and tell him you know me from OSO. He'll treat you right! Brandon 513-542-1733.

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I put them on my trailer a few weeks ago. The kit came with connectors with heat shrink. One light was dim last week, undoubtably from a weak ground on that side. I just took the wire and connected it to the bolt that holds the light on. I should have greased it.
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