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Old 09-13-2018, 01:00 PM   #1
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Newbie here with a 1995 towlite that just acquired and have been refurbishing. Two of the 4 running light in the back of the trailer have broken lenses There are no exterior screws to mount them. How can I get the old ones off and where do I find replacement lenses? Thanks in advance for any guidance! Just LOVE this site and all of the experts who provide help for neophytes like myself

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G Dale, Barman lenses are hard to come by for Hi Los. But, they can be found! Suprisingly, amazon has quite a few.
You can try the Bargman site and enter the number on a lens or you can just google it. As a note, all my 12v lites have been changed to LEDs except running lites. I've ordered them from two different companies and gotten positive ground both times. Maybe my running lite wires are reversed ! ?
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the running light covers just pop on. screws are inside light to secure light to body.
Generic covers that are available at Harbor Freight or Ebay.
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Good to know, thanks, renoites.
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THANKS Guys I KNEW someone would know the answer!
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Check with etrailer.com. I just got the Bargman tail lite lens for my HiLo from them.
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Hey Jim and Faye TY TY TY will do I stopped at Harbor Freight today and there was Nada that fit . Will follow up on your lead!
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Can a Bargman 34-99-012 #99 Series Amber lens be used in for rear running lights?? Have not been able to find red ones !
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RV Shop had them for $2.59 and postage which brought it to about $5.00 each, Dimensions they posted are the same as what I measured on my old ones !

https://www.rvshop.com/Bargman-34-99...s_p_62345.html
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I changed all of my 12v and running lights to LEDs - just not the tail/stop lights yet.
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