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Peterson M168r Red Clearance & Side Marker Light - Same As 168r & V168r on

US $5.00

Angola, Indiana, United States

Angola, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:Peterson Manufacturing Manufacturer Part Number:M168R

Brand new Peterson M168R Red Clearance & Side Marker Light

  • LED clearance light
  • Sold Individually
  • Same as 168R and V168R
  • The Peterson M168R is a red side marker light which operates on 9-16 volts (see the M168R-MV for multi-volt option).
  • This hard wired LED clearance light mounts on 1 15/16". For an optional 1 1/8" center mount, use the B168-09 bracket
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