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Old 13 December 2018, 16:54   #31
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what lights are they and where did you get em Craig


www.ventauk.com

RL300 range of lights
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Old 13 December 2018, 19:59   #32
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Lights are IP68, tail, stop, indicator, fog and reverse light within the triangular shape which is also a reflector

That should be number plate light and NOT reverse light , I do not require a reverse light
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Old 07 January 2019, 08:29   #33
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I've had a set of submersible LED on 2 "proper" wood mounts (along with the triangle reflectors) for about 3 years now - with (so far) no failures.

I also put a Jn box on the drawbar (again IPx6) with a couple of Bulgin "Buccaneer" skts - one 6 pin to feed the lighting board (on the A-frame with reverse & number plate lights) and a 2-pin to another Bulgin on the console to charge the boat battery en route to the slip.

Whole lot to the car via a 13 pin.

I got round the "failed LED" scenario by fitting std lights to the Short trailer board a bit like the "repeaters" you see on Lorries & busses up top. - that way if the LED fails, my "resistor" is an indicator bulb!

I posted the detail a while back - do a text search in this section for "manky plank"...
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Old 25 January 2019, 06:07   #34
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Well well well...as I was saying on page 3...diesel checks are rife round me...this is probably why and I assume been happening for a long time.

https://www.petrolprices.com/news/po...h-stolen-fuel/

Have your trailer in legal condition round here or you may have a wee surprise when they dip your tank for good measure.
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