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Review of Optronics Trailer Lights - Submersible LED Trailer Fender Clearance Light - MCL180ARB

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Optronics Trailer Lights - Submersible LED Trailer Fender Clearance Light - MCL180ARB Review


Hi there. I'm Michael with etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna take a quick look at this LED trailer fender clearance light. This is a DOT compliant dual clearance light. That's going to install on your trailer fender. So your amber lens will face the front of your trailer.

And the red lens will face the rear of your trailer. So that other motorists can see your direction of travel. This is going to be reversible, so it can be installed on either your driver's side or your passenger side. And you just simply pull out the lights from inside there and you can flip them around so that your amber is always facing forward no matter which direction you have this installed. So it will work for either your driver's side or passenger side.

It is submersible. It's got a sonically sealed waterproof polycarbonate housing and lens unit. So it is going to be able to be submerged. So you won't have to worry about water getting in there and causing issues. We do have one LED light amadine diode for each of our sides there.

And if you're not familiar LEDs are gonna be a great replacement for your incandescent bulbs. For one, they're more efficient. So they're gonna provide provide brighter light with less power output. So they're, this is only gonna draw about 0.033 amps on your 12.8 volt system. And then they're also going to last about 50 times longer because they don't have the brittle filament inside like your incandescent bulbs do.

So this actually comes with a lifetime warranty on the LEDs because they are so dependable. They're gonna hold up really well for you. This whole unit is going to mount onto the surface of your trailer's fender. It's got this black ADS plastic bracket that will cover over those wires. You can run those without concerning of appearance or getting caught on anything. The hardware to get these mount, this mounted is not included. So you will have to provide that yourself but you can see we've got these four mounting holes to get the hardware put through. As far as our dimensions go, our overall length we're looking at right about eight and a half inches. Our width is about one and five eights, just over one and a half inches wide. And then our height, just shy of one inch. We call it seven eighths of an inch tall. The distance between our mounting holes is going to be one inch center to center. And then between the two different sets we're looking at about two and three quarters of an inch. You can see this does have a two wire pigtail so it will include your lead and your ground wire. So very easy to get hooked up to your system and make sure that other motorists can see where your fenders are on your trailer. That completes our look for today. Again, I'm Michael with etrailer.com. Thanks for watching..


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