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  • jor
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Driving Lights
This is big! New Hella covers.
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This is big! New Hella covers.
jor
Hola Tocayo,
Do they fit the original lights? Where did you order them?
John M.

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Are these them?

Hella H87037001 Driving/ Fog Light Cover | eBay

Mark

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Worthless. You're driving into fog, and (if the coach is wired right) you go to the Hellas with the mains off ( with your spotlight to take a look at the fog markers) it's then you realize the COVERS ARE STILL ON!  :facepalm:

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  • jor
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Do they fit the original lights? Where did you order them?

Got them on Amazon. They fit but I put a little silicone on them to make sure. I never remove them. Just like the look.
jor

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We used to drive through the 'fog prone' area of N California. We had our Hellas wired so the mains could be off.  Had heard the CHIPs did not like running just fogs. We were very carefull using our spotlight to follow the fog line and avoided...

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Mark,
We seen those also.  Wasn't sure if those were the ones.

Jor,
We don't use the fog lights but they will keep them from getting broken from rocks. 
Thanks, John M.

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Mark,
We seen those also.  Wasn't sure if those were the ones.

Jor,
We don't use the fog lights but they will keep them from getting broken from rocks. 
Thanks, John M.

  • John Haygarth
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While at the diesel repair shop they have a great selection of LED lights that will go in that spot Instead of the Hellas so I got 2 and will make a plate to fit them onto then mount it in place. Tried one in the shop and they throw a heck of a...

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Hey jcus...what are the driving lights on our 34' that you installed.  These things are wonderful during daytime and at night I'd take them over the factory even with the LED bulbs you installed.
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  • jcus
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Tried a few, but think this what you have.

Amazon.com: Auxbeam 7" LED Light Bar 36W Spot Off Road Driving Light...

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Did some work on mine and epoxed led bulbs as replacements,are much brighter,had to old covers but as brittle as rock candy.

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Got same or similar on our coach as Dave (john44) will attest. I mainly use them for driving lights during the day, seeing as how we don't do much night driving. Kind of alerts those idiots that can't see a 11'4"high x 36' long x 90" wide white...

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I replaced our old Hellas with some Dually LED Floodlights by Rigid Industries.  Have been very happy with them.

What did you do to your coach today IV

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I also installed the auxbeam spot lights work well