Originally Posted by Darwin Maring
Jim, I bought the same thing here in the US at Harbor Freight. Comes with all the wire and connections. Keep it in the camper for that day when those lights quit.
It is amazing how many trailer lights don,t work. Especially Boat and utility trailers.
I don't believe I have ever bought a boat or a trailer where the signal lights worked like they should.
trailer had a set of magnetic tail lights
attached to the rear bumper with electrical
tape. For extra insurance I guess. However, they didn't work, and when I got the Scamp
home I found cut wires int he lights harness.
When I tried to repair the wires I found that the size of the copper (?) wires inside the lines was so small I wasn't able to strip the instulation away without cutting the wires in two! I plan on completely rewiring the lights with heavier gage wire.
On the last two Harbor Freight trailers I assembled, I didn't even bother mounting the lights. I just attach my aluminum light bar to the rear of the cargo, boat, etc, and go on my way! Lights have always worked, but I do store the light bar inside when not in use.