Reese Towpower

Model 73833

Internet #203189357

Store SKU #600848

80 in. Wide Submersible Combination Trailer Tail Light Kit

$24.99 /each

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REESE Towpower offers the complete submersible trailer light kit to handle wide trailer that are over 80 in. in width. The kit not only has the rear tail lights with approved side markers, but includes all necessary hardware and even the license plate bracket. All the lights feature the easy and convenient stud post mounting. Great kit for rewiring your trailer as it has everything you need. Rest assured REESE Towpower lighting products comply with department of transportation light requirements.

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  • Convenient removal lens to change bulb if necessary
  • Lights pre-wired with pigtails for faster wiring
  • Easy stud post mounting of lights
  • Water proof




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Does the wire shone come with the kit? If so how much wire is there in length

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by solid product solid product good price. installed easily. exact match for the lights removed. June 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ample cable for a 22' trailer, 8' wide. Did not understand why there were drain holes in submersible trailer lights. I would think you did not want water to get in in the first place, so why holes??? O-well, I do not plan on submersing them any way. October 22, 2013
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