Select Your Vehicle

View Cart


  Contact and Help



What our customers are saying:

My order arrived correctly and on time. Very easy to use this site and the tracking feature worked perfectly. Thanks!

Clay

Columbus, GA

Optronics Vehicle Lights
Optronics Recreation Lights

Optronics Trailer Lights
Optronics Fishing Lights

Optronics


  • Optronics has been a leading supplier of trailer lighting for over 30 years
  • Meets the federal lighting requirements for trailers where applicable
  • Most lights are available in LED or incandescent





Optronics Reviews and Installation Videos



See all Optronics videos
Expert Answers about Optronics

  • Availability of Reverse Light Similar in Shape and Size to MCL48CAB
  • For a similar light that is white that would work well as a reverse light you would want the part # BUL78CB. There isn't a white version of the # MCL48CAB. The # BUL78CB is a similar flange mount light that measures 7-1/2L x 3-1/4W Inch. I attached a review video for the light for you to check out as well.
    view full answer...

  • Adding LED Amber Turn Signals to a Trailer
  • LED clearance light # CBL22AB is not DOT rated as a turn signal so I do not recommend using it. LED light # STL72AB can be used as a turn signal. It is one of the smaller options at 6-7/16" Long x 2-5/16; tall x 1-3/4" thick. Used with bracket # BK70BB and grommet # a70gb you will be able to mount it in your desired location. You will also need harness # A45PB. But those lights on your trailer are side marker lights, not turn signals. US trailers have the turn signals combined with...
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Amber Trailer Clearance Light that is 3-1/4 by 1-1/16 Inches
  • Based on the measurements of the light that you have it sounds like Peterson light # 422400 will fit as a replacement. The light grounds through its mounting hardware so if the old light used 2 wires this light can still be used. You can attach a ring terminal to the ground wire on the trailer and put it between the trailer frame and the light mounting bracket.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Bargman Tail Lights for Mid-80s Coleman Santa Fe Camper
  • Thank you for the photo of your Coleman trailer's Bargman 92-series tail light. We do offer a replacement Bargman 92-series light assembly, part # 30-92-001, which uses the same 1157 bulb as your original. For a bulb only use part # 30-90-157. I suggest an application of dielectric grease # 11755 on the bulb bases to help keep them free of corrosion.
    view full answer...

  • How To Attach A Ground Wire To Trailer Frame
  • You will want to use a ring terminal on the ground wire. I have attached a link to our product page for the ring terminals we offer you can check out. The best way to do this is just as you said, drill a hole in the metal surface you want to attach the ground to. Make sure is clean and free of any solvents or grease or dirt and use a sheet metal screw to fasten the ground wire with the ring terminal attached.
    view full answer...

  • Parts Needed to Add Lights to 50 Foot, Triple Axle Trailer with No Existing Lights
  • Thanks for the photo of your trailer! The taillights I recommend for your trailer are the Optronics Over 80 Inches, Rectangular Submersible Trailer Tail and License Light, Left-Hand # ST17RB and the Right Hand # ST16RB.These lights will provide you with the stop/brake light, tail light, turn signal, rear reflector, license plate lights, rear side marker lights, and rear side reflectors needed for trailers 30 feet or longer. For front side clearance lights and reflectors as well as intermediate...
    view full answer...

  • Replacement LED Utility Light for the Outside of a Travel Trailer
  • Transit LED backup light # BUL90CB would definitely be bright since it uses 42 diodes. Take a look at the video I have linked to get an idea of the brightness. But to determine if it will fit in place of the lights you have now you would need to go by the mounting hole measurements. The light mounting holes are 6-1/4 inches apart on center. If that is what you have then this LED light is a good option.
    view full answer...

  • Method of Bulb Replacement on Oval Red Grommet-Mount Trailer Taillight
  • Usually a grommet-mount incandescent tail light will be pressure-fitted into the grommet and held there simply by friction from the rubber. If there are no visible screws to allow lens removal and no accessible portion of the light's rear surface then its almost a sure thing that you'll just need to carefully pop the light out of its grommet. Ideally you'll have a tool that is strong enough to flex the grommet material but not so hard that it can damage the lens or base. The light in your...
    view full answer...

  • How Can I Get Trailer Lights to Flash when Disconnected from Truck
  • If your trailer happens to have LED lights on it then what you could do is use a separate car battery and a couple of Custer strobe drivers, # STR-MRLY or # STR-QRLY, and connect the output wires to the trailer connector wires as needed. This driver is only rated for 420 milliamps though so only about 2 LED lights be driver would work. And if the trailer has regular incandescent lights then it will not work because the power draw would be too high. Another simple option, battery powered...
    view full answer...

  • Replacement 194 Bulb Recommendation for a Trailer Taillight
  • Thanks for submitting the picture of the lights you are looking for. Based on that it looks like you are in need of a 194 bulb like the part # A194B.
    view full answer...

  • Availability of Replacement Lens for Magnetic Tow Lights
  • I compared the picture of the lights you have to the magnetic tow lights we carry and it looks like you have the Roadmaster Magnetic lights part # RM-2120. Which I spoke to my contact at Roadmaster and he said that any replacement lens with a 4-1/4 inch overall diameter that snaps onto the light housing would work like the part # A24RB.
    view full answer...

  • Lighting and Conspicuity Tape Recommendation for a 36 Foot Long Trailer
  • I attached a help article on trailer lighting requirements based on size of the trailer. Based on your dimensions you would want the # TLL36RK to start and then would also need a # MCL84RB and a couple more clearance lights like part # MCL95AB. You will also need conspicuity tape as well like part # RTR150711PB. See the mentioned help article for placement of the lights and tape.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Trailer tail Light for Bargman 91 Series Lights on a 1995 Palomino Pop Up
  • Yes you can use Optronics light # RVST51 as a replacement for the Bargman 91 series tail lights you have. It looks like a bulb is missing in the picture. The running lights not working could be a symptom of a wiring issue that changing the lights would not solve. If you connect the trailer to the tow vehicle and turn on the running lights, use a circuit tester such as # 3808 to test the wiring at the tail lights. If no power is getting to the light then you know the issue is the wiring....
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Taillight Lens Recommendation for Stratos Boat Trailer Passenger Side Tail Light
  • I believe I have a solution for you, but the SAE number you listed isn't a reliable way to get a replacement lens. Based on the picture you submitted (thank you for that by the way), it looks like you are in need of a part # A39RB. This lens measures 7-7/8" L x 3-1/4" W.
    view full answer...

  • Are the LEDs of the Optronics Light # STL8RB Attached to the Lens or the Housing
  • The lens of the LED Submersible Trailer Stop, Turn and Tail Light # STL8RB that you referenced is held on with 4 screws around the outside of the housing. The LEDs on the inside of the light are not attached to the lens. They are attached to the housing. Since the light isn't designed for that type of modification it would be hard for me to safely recommend you do that. An easier option might be to install the # 763560 as this is a capsule designed to replace the light assembly of a...
    view full answer...

  • Amber Trailer Blinker/Running Light Recommendation for Use on an Older Truck
  • We don't have exactly what you said you need, but the closest thing we have would be the Miro-Flex, Waterproof, Rectangular, LED # STL35AB. This is an LED amber light you could use that has dual intensity so that it can be used for a blinker and running lights. Only thing is that this is much bigger at 5-5/16" L x 3-7/16" W x 2-5/16 D. For a harness to plug into the light you would want # A47PB and then for a grommet part # A33GB.
    view full answer...

  • Driving lights on Aftermarket Front Bumper for my 2006 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
  • The best option and closest match we recommended for a hole with 2-3/4 inch radius is the Optronics halogen light kit # QH-87CD. It measures 2-7/16 inch wide x 2-7/16 inch tall x 2-3/4 inch deep. If you have the Jeep running the alternator will provide the power to the lights and winch. Unfortunately, we don't currently stock LED driving lights that will fit 2-3/4 inch radius fog light holes.
    view full answer...

  • Driving lights on Aftermarket Front Bumper for my 2006 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
  • The best option and closest match we recommended for a hole with 2-3/4 inch radius is the Optronics halogen light kit # QH-87CD. It measures 2-7/16 inch wide x 2-7/16 inch tall x 2-3/4 inch deep. If you have the Jeep running the alternator will provide the power to the lights and winch. Unfortunately, we don't currently stock LED driving lights that will fit 2-3/4 inch radius fog light holes.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Lens for the Taillight Assembly part # A39RB
  • For the taillight assembly part # ST37RB that you referenced there are 2 lens. One of them is the part # A39RB that you referenced that covers the front of the assembly. For the side piece that you referenced you would want the part # A37RB.
    view full answer...

  • Troubleshooting Reverse Lights Not Working on a 1997 Northland Truck Camper, 11-footer
  • First visually inpect the condition of the bulbs and the grounds of the lights that aren't working. If they look good then you could use a jumper wire like you said to test to see if the lights will illuminate. If so, then you know the problem is somewhere in the wiring. It could be that the lights aren't connected, if they have never worked it could be that they were never connected initially.
    view full answer...

  • Reflector Recommendations for a Car Park Built of Gabion Baskets
  • Thanks for the pic! That's a pretty cool setup you have. Since there really isn't a great way to attach the reflectors to the mesh I think your best option would be to get 3" Round, Double Face Driveway Marker Reflector w/ 35" Steel Pole # DM35RS and then drive them into the ground where needed. Since you are from Australia I attached a link to our shipping policy page.
    view full answer...

  • How Does the Optronics 3-Function Tail Light Provide 3 Functions if There are Only 2 Wires
  • The Round Trailer Tail Light # ST24RB grounds through the mounting studs so the two wires are all that is necessary for activating the stop/tail/turn signals of the light. The bulbs are dual intensity so each wire will control a different intensity of the bulb and then ground through the mounting studs. The stop/turn will be on one wire and the tail light will be on another. To determine if you need more lights at the rear of your vehicle you will need to consult your local laws and...
    view full answer...

  • Amber Side Marker Light Recommendation for a Shorelandr Boat Trailer
  • Yes, the Sealed, Mini Rectangular LED Trailer Clearance, Side Marker Light # AL91AB should work very well for your trailer. This light is 2-1/2" L x 1-3/16" W x 7/8" D and is submersible so it should work out perfectly. For a bracket to install the light you will want the # A91BOB, and then for a wiring harness you would want the # A46PB.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Tail Light Assembly For 2005 Airstream Trailer
  • We offer several lights and may have just what you are looking for that will fit your 2005 Airstream. Thank you for the photo of your lights. You will want to take a measurement to be sure you get a light that will match the housing you are installing it in. if you remove a light you may be able to get the part number of the light assembly. If you cannot find the part number you can measure the opening and mounting holes to make sure we get a light that will work. The light assembly...
    view full answer...

  • Running Lights for 2014 Shorelander Trailer
  • It doesn't look like we have an exact match for the clearance light on your trailer, but we have several similarly shaped ones that could work. If you measure the dimensions of your light and then check out the link I attached to the right you will see a list of all of the submersible, rectangle clearance lights we offer. If you select the dimension closest to your light has from the list on the left you will see the lights that would fit the best.
    view full answer...

  • Trailer Wiring Kit Recommendation for a 40 Foot Long Pontoon Boat Trailer
  • I have a solution for you, but as you have noticed all of the light kits we carry only come with 25 feet of wire. What you would need to do is get a kit like the part # TL36RK and then order a quantity of 15 feet of the Bonded 4 Wire Sold by the foot part # 16-4B-1 to extend the wiring of the kit.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Tail Lights for a 1977 Shasta 1600 Trailer
  • Based on your picture it looks like the left side is # RVST56 and the right side would be # RVST55. These lights are 8-5/8 inches across, 6-5/16 inches tall, and 2-1/16 inches deep. The housing looks different though so if the lights I mentioned above have different dimensions then your current lights then you would want to replace the bases as well with 2 of # RV50BK. And that should be all you need. Just for reference on the wiring, since you can't always go by wire color: Red...
    view full answer...

  • Two Wire Pigtail Replacement for Grote Trailer Tail Lights
  • Your picture looks like a Plug-and-Go type of connector at the end of the wire. We do not have a 2-wire pigtail that has that type of connector so you would need to hardwire in the new one instead of using the plug in. You mentioned it was a Grote brand harness. If you can find a part number on it I might be able to confirm if pigtail # A46PB is the correct replacement. We have it listed as a replacement for Grote # 67050.
    view full answer...

  • Taillight Recommendation for a Flatbed Truck Built on a Chevy Silverado
  • I think the part # STL68RB would be perfect for your flatbed truck (looks good by the way). The dimensions of the this oval light are 10 inches long and 3 inches tall. They do stop/turn/tail/reverse light functions as well so you would be totally set. I attached a review video for this light for you to check out as well. You might also be interested in the stainless steel trim piece part # A68SSB.
    view full answer...

  • Replacement Side Marker Light and Grommet for a Trucklite Brand Grommet and Marker Light
  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled grommet # A54GB and light # MC53AB. I then assemble them and the result looks exactly like your picture. I then measured the amount the lens sticks up above the grommet and came up with just under half an inch. The lens could be pressed further in. I used digital calipers to take the measurement. I also made a video showing the assembled result for you. The light takes wiring harness # A46PB if you do not already have them on your trailer.
    view full answer...








Stay Connected


Subscribe to email newsletter

Email  

privacy - we don't send unsolicited email






etrailer.com reviews etrailer.com reviews

All images, layout and content copyright etrailer.com