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Different Approach
#1
Here is an alternative to "how we have always done it".  Instead of wiring my new tow vehicle for lights, I have chosen to use a wireless system.  

The system is designed to attach to the roof with 100 lb magnets.  I wanted the lights mounted closer to where the vehicle taillights are.  I am utilizing a bike rack that I added a flat crossbar to mount the light to.  This allows me to use the bike rack tilt back feature when I want to open the rear cargo door.  

The lighting system comes with a transmitter that plugs into the light port at the rear of your coach.  The transmitter is said to be able to communicate with the light up to a thousand feet.   The 22" led light shows taillights, stop lights, turn signals left & right as well as hazard lights.  The lights are leds that are quite bright.  You also get a 12V cigarette style battery charger to recharge the battery. 

I have spoken with two people using the system and both reported no shortcomings or problems.  Both said they will never wire up a tow vehicle again.


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Steve Bare
1999 Newell 2 slide #531
#2
I use the same method.  Will never wire another one.  You can do a light check by just parking the toad in front of the coach.   Sit in the drivers seat and run the lights.
Phil & Sharon
1999 511  41.5
#3
So far everyone who uses the system swears by it. 3 for 3.
Steve Bare
1999 Newell 2 slide #531


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