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300 6v light

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b hooper

12-16-2007 13:49:19

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i'm looking for a 6v light to replace on my 300 roundnose, it measures @ 3-13/16" in diameter, napa store didn't list any, suggestions? would like to fix before i sell it.

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12-18-2007 15:53:59

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 Re: 300 6v light in reply to b hooper, 12-16-2007 13:49:19  
The light bulb is no longer in production. I have heard that reflector/bulb holder out of a Farmall light will fit in the Case 300 light housing. I used the rubber gasket method mentioned below.

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C. Amick

12-17-2007 09:19:17

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 Re: 300 6v light in reply to b hooper, 12-16-2007 13:49:19  
You can buy a 4.5" 6-volt sealed beam light, which I think will actually be a little small. I'm not sure how they measure them. I split a piece of rubber vacuum hose long-ways down one side and opened it up and glued it around the circumference of the light with slicone to get a tight fit in the housing. The metal housing ring covers most the the rubber from view. Email is open.

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12-16-2007 15:12:52

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 Re: 300 6v light in reply to b hooper, 12-16-2007 13:49:19  
Do you still have remments of the old one that may have a number on.Do they have it in 12volt,if so wire in series with another light or resistor.CENTAUR

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12-16-2007 16:25:25

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 Re: 300 6v light in reply to CENTAUR, 12-16-2007 15:12:52  
Centaur, What you are suggesting would be good if he were trying to use two 6 volt bulbs in series on a 12 volt circuit, but on a 6 volt circuit a 12 volt bulb would be dim to start without adding more series resistance.There has to be some supplier of 6 volt sealed beam units , I'd check the internet first. mEl

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