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Euro lights

Anyone with these? Are the buckets different on the front turn signals? Anyone have any spares?
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The buckets have two bulbs in them instead of a single bulb with two filaments. The two sections of the light (amber and white) are separated from each other by a divider.

Several people sell conversion kits. Camp Counsellor Craig (goes by "boxtr" on this BBS), Craig McLaughlin from Camp914, is one such.

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Thanks Dave, hopefully one of this will respond as well.
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opcorn:

edit: Cool, now that's what i call a fake popcorn smiley!
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I e-mailed Craig at his buisness with the same question but got no response. I would like to know before I order it...thanks
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I e-mailed Craig at his buisness with the same question but got no response. I would like to know before I order it...thanks
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Give him a call. He usually answers the phone...
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euro turn signal buckets

Another alternative: Martin Baker converts the single bulb bucket to a euro replica, two bulb unit. They are really great and have the look of authenticity.

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How do those Euros function?

Is the bottom one a running light that is always on when the lights are on?

And the top one keeps using and functioning as a running light/turn signal light with the standard dual filament bulb?
i belive the bottom one is always on, the clear portion (running light)

and the amber is only used when signalling....

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