arnereil wrote:Keep in mind that most LEDs are very directional. If the bulb is not pointed in the specific direction you want, the light falls off very quickly as you move off to the side..... lots of motorcycle brakelights have tilted bulbs and the LED lights don't work well...
Ken A Hood wrote:http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-bin/store/commerce.cgi?product=CAR&cart_id=199725.25982
cracker39 wrote:I'm not interested in replacing the 1141 bulb with LED bulbs, but I would like to replace it with another bulb with the same base that puts out more light. Does anyone know of a replacement bulb that is brighter than the 1141?
PaulC wrote:Hi Dave, I've used all led's for tail lights, brake and indicators as well as for my "porch" lights. Inside I have used two halogen caravan lights. They all work well and the interior lights will take about a week to flatten my trailer battery with minimal use.
As for cheaper,npoe, they are much dearer to purchase than normal incandescent lights.
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