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Roadmaster Standard Magnetic Tow Lights Review

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Review of the Roadmaster Standard Magnetic Tow Lights


Hi, I'm Shane with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be taking a look at Roadmasters standard Magnetic Tow Lights for towed vehicles. Kneading lights like this can serve a lot of different purposes. Maybe you're flat towing your vehicle and you don't want wiring that you have to tap into your factory wiring. Maybe you towed multiple vehicles. You want to be able to use those lights on those other vehicles, or maybe you have a vehicle that the lights are not functioning properly, and you're wanting to tow it from somewhere to get it to, maybe back to your house or up to a mechanic somewhere.

These lights, they're going to be magnetic lights so they're going to mount to a metal surface on the vehicle to give you all your proper lighting functions from the RV.Our left turn. Our right turn. Our brake lights and our running lights so that we're not only legal, but we're safe while we're towing that vehicle. Our cable between our two lights is going to be 55 and a half inches long so it gives us plenty of room to spread them out. They're coated, so we don't have to worry about the elements getting to them.

From the lights themselves, going up to the motorhome is going to give us 20 foot. So, we're going to have plenty of wiring to get to our plug. This is going to be the end of our 20 foot cable coming from our lights.You're going to get an extension that plugs directly into it. And what's nice about it is the other end of that extension is actually bare wire. So, if you have a seven pole, maybe you have a six pole or even a four pole round on there, this will allow you to purchase whatever adapter fits with the plug you have on your RV and mount it directly to the wiring.

Our wiring that's going to run to the front of the vehicle is going to have the same protective coating on it that our wire between our lights had on it. We're not going to have to worry about it damaging the finish on our vehicle if we have to string it over the top. And we're not going to have to worry about the elements getting to it.As far as our light itself, it is magnetic so it's going to stick to a metal surface. The bottom, where the magnet is, it's going to have a nice, it's almost like a plastic cover on it so it doesn't damage the finish when you stick it to the car. But you can see it's going to hold really well so when you hit those strong winds, we're not going to have to worry about the light falling off.

Our bottom casing very durable plastic. We're not going to have to worry about it breaking apart. Same thing with our lights, the front and back cover are going to have also a durable plastic coating on them. Very solid. We're not going to have to worry about them breaking them down.These are incandescent lights. They may draw a little bit more power than an LED light, but these will work great, especially maybe you have multiple vehicles and you want to switch lights around. Now, even though you will have to remove these each time and find somewhere to store them, they are very easy to put on and to take off. And they're going to meet all DOT requirements.


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