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    Shorelander Trailer Lights

    I have a small issue. I have LED taillights on my trailer and they work great and have had them on there for a couple years now. Only problem I have is the only ones I could find that fit the trailer kind of makes it really snug with this top light protector as you can see in the pictures. The bolt up but it's really snug so when I hit bumps it knocks the lens off it because of that top light cover is snugged right up next to it.

    So does anyone know of any LEDs that will fit this perfectly without any conflicts? Another option I had was to just re-drill the mounting holes just a littler lower then the current ones. That would be a last resort because it wouldn't be easy since I don't have anything that would drill through that I don't think.









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    Anyone know if the low profiles will work with this trailer?

    -Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texan78 View Post
    Anyone know if the low profiles will work with this trailer?

    -Thanks
    I had a set installed on my shorelander. They fit perfect. Call davids trailers in orlando florida.
    They have them in stock.

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    I found these that I think may work as they are the same size as the factory ones and I think I will give them a try. They are submersible and LED.

    http://www.etrailer.com/p-STL56RB.html

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    HARBOUR FREIGHT actually has some that would work. I think they were $29 a pair. I just bought a pair for 25 from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtrager View Post
    I had a set installed on my shorelander. They fit perfect. Call davids trailers in orlando florida.
    They have them in stock.
    I liked the look of yours mark, thinking about getting same set for my double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    I liked the look of yours mark, thinking about getting same set for my double.
    They do look great. Back ones were $69.

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    drilling through that shouldn't be too bad. Start with a 1/8" pilot hole and then move up a bit. I like the harbour freight step bits. Then you just need the pilot hole and the step bit. That way you can make anything work.

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