Side lights install

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Mike Perez

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That's a great idea! If I was doing that, I might try to space the light away from the edge a bit (closer to the body) so they could be angled outward more. That way, less light would hit the coach or more back at an angle. That would be nice for people driving in your blind spot. ;-)
 
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Christo

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Thanks! The way I set up the mount allows it to articulate, not just pivot, so I can definitely do what you're suggesting if it's needed once field tested. It's a pretty wide flood so there will always be some light on the coach. Currently the hot spot hits a couple feet away from the rear bumper. My goal is mainly to avoid sideswiping anything when backing into sites after dark.
 

pvfjr

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Those really would be great to avoid sideswiping stuff while backing up. Great idea. Now my todo list just keeps getting longer...