Spare bulbs

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  1. Shuismo

    Shuismo Funster

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    hi
    We are recent owners of a Carthago chic i47 on Fiat Ducati 2.8 year 2007 and need to buy a set of spare bulbs can anyone help.
     
  2. Swiftroy1

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    Hi, It's doubtful if you'll pick up a ready-made kit as the converters have changed the original lights. If you've drawn a blank at your local motorhome shop, you may need to make up your own kit by checking your fitted bulbs and buying spares at the cheapest motorparts shop.

    regards,
    Roy
     
  3. JeanLuc

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    I simply listed all the bulbs from the handbook, then went to Halfords and bought two packs of each. That was when we were in a hurry to leave for a holiday abroad. Now I top up requirements from autobulbs direct.
    Find a suitable container to keep all the bulbs plus whatever other small spares you need.
    Simples!
     
  4. TheBig1

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    Ebay is an excellent source for everything like bulbs. As already suggested either get the details from the owners manual or remove a bulb and note down the numbers on it. enter the model number of the bulb into ebay search and you will have numerous options. I suggest buying them all from the same seller in one go to save more on postage, plus they are likely to be delivered in a better box

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