Lens covers

Discussion in 'Mystery Parts' started by thirey, Jul 28, 2015.

  1. thirey

    thirey The worst day camping is better than...

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    Looking for lens covers that fit my Fleetwood. Can't seem to locate the right ones that fit. Any help would be appreciated. SAE P2 A 89 ?
     

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    I had the same problem with my lights and i ended up replacing all the lights on my camper........
     
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    Look at the Bargman (most likely), Peterson or Wesbar websites. Or try Napa, Autozone, or the like.
     
  4. Beecoach

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    Etrailer.com might
    Google the part number on the top of the lens, they exist somewhere


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  5. The Postman

    The Postman You gotta love Camping!!

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    What he said. If you have a manufacturer and part number any trailer place can probably order them for you. Otherwise, the internet is your friend!!
     
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    If you have a NAPA close by, check with them. They usually have a large selection of lighting products.
     
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    I just paid $2 for a red one at the local RV service place. Took 5 minutes and had it in my hand ....plus I helped a home town small business man!
     
  10. The Postman

    The Postman You gotta love Camping!!

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    Ditto what Hoosier Daddy said. I found the local trailer place - or Peavy Mart if you have one - is a good place to find those kind of parts.
     
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    I replaced all of the original Bargman markers on my '02 Cheyenne when I did all of the ABS fixes. Newer Bargman lenses are shaped a little different than the older ones and don't fit right/tight, so I couldn't simply buy new lenses. They'd have had to been new old stock. Not sure what year they changed.
     

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