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  • Irvin & Nancy just outside of normal
    Irvin & Nancy just outside of normal PROTECTING YOURSELF AND YOUR RV:
    January 1, 2020Thinking about a remote controlled searchlight mounted on the roof. Anyone done it? Searchlight or floodlight? Just a lot more brightness than porch light, plus aims.
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      Norm Sue Heidi and Ranger too January 1, 2020 i would go with floodlight. it would light up a bigger area. easier and faster to find what you are looking for.  if you get one let me know how  it works. 
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      Andy & Maureen T January 1, 2020 Generally, we do not use our porch light. Thinking of replacing it with an LED flood light fixture. Just remove the light fixture that is there. No holes in the roof, etc.
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      Pat Shea Knoop 2022 Roamie Nominee January 1, 2020 Sounds like it would be Great foR Boondocking, just be sure you turn it off when you go to sleep, could be annoying to others if you have other RV’s around you
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      Gypsy Witch/Persephone/Rhiannon January 1, 2020 I've been thinking of purchasing the same. I'm a solo female nomad who travels with her 11 lbs dog. I think those lights are a great idea for anyone.
    • Irvin & Nancy just outside of normal
      TheClearyClan January 1, 2020 Add motion detection to your flood lights. They will turn on when something or someone gets close to the rig, but will be off any other time.


      Bob
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