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Optronics Trailer Tail Light - Stop, Turn, Tail - Submersible - Incandescent - Oval - Red Lens

Optronics Trailer Tail Light - Stop, Turn, Tail - Submersible - Incandescent - Oval - Red Lens

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6-1/2" x 2-1/4" Oval. Waterproof trailer light functions as a stop, tail, and turn signal light when properly mounted. Shock-proof socket protects incandescent bulb. Flush mount with grommet (sold separately). Accepts 3-prong plug. Great Prices for the best trailer lights from Optronics. Optronics Trailer Tail Light - Stop, Turn, Tail - Submersible - Incandescent - Oval - Red Lens part number ST70RB can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Optronics Trailer Lights - ST70RB

  • Tail Lights
  • Oval
  • Incandescent Light
  • Red
  • 6-1/2L x 2-1/4W Inch
  • Recessed Mount
  • Stop/Turn/Tail
  • Submersible Lights
  • Optronics

6-1/2" x 2-1/4" Oval. Waterproof trailer light functions as a stop, tail, and turn signal light when properly mounted. Shock-proof socket protects incandescent bulb. Flush mount with grommet (sold separately). Accepts 3-prong plug.


Features:

  • Red trailer light serves 3 functions when properly mounted
    • Stop light
    • Tail light
    • Turn signal light
  • Sonically sealed, waterproof housing and lens unit is submersible
  • Shock-proof socket protects the incandescent bulb
  • Durable polycarbonate lens and housing
  • Red lens
  • Compatible with 12V DC systems
  • Flush mount with grommet (A70GB - sold separately)
  • Accepts industry standard 3-prong plug (A45PB or A47PB - both sold separately)
  • DOT compliant


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 6-1/2" long x 2-1/4" tall x 2-3/8" thick
  • Power draw at 12.8V:
    • Stop/turn: 2.4 amps
    • Tail: 0.50 amps
  • 3-Year warranty


Manufacturer Cross Reference
Light will work as an exact replacement for:

  • Uni Bond # SE2238R
  • Wesbar # 203561
  • Truck Lite # 60202R
  • Grote # 52182
  • Peterson # 421R
  • Bargman # 40-06-001

Optronics ST70RB Oval Sealed Tail Light Diagram

Sonically Sealed, Waterproof Trailer Light

The waterproof construction of this light makes it ideal for use on trailers that may be submerged, like a boat trailer. The housing and lens are sonically sealed together to create a single unit, which means that water will not get into the light and damage the diodes or circuit board.


Recessed-Mount Light

Recessed mount light

Recessed-mount trailer lights install underneath a housing or a grommet (A70GB - sold separately). These lights will extend into the mounting surface and require that a hole be cut into your trailer.



ST70RB Optronics Trailer Tail Light - Stop,Turn,Tail - Submerisble - Incandescent - Oval - Red Lens

Alternate part number: ST-70RB




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Optronics Trailer Tail Light - Stop, Turn, Tail - Submersible - Incandescent - Oval - Red Lens - ST70RB

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (1258 Customer Reviews)

6-1/2" x 2-1/4" Oval. Waterproof trailer light functions as a stop, tail, and turn signal light when properly mounted. Shock-proof socket protects incandescent bulb. Flush mount with grommet (sold separately). Accepts 3-prong plug.

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Exact replacement for my KARAVAN snowmobile trailer. Took under 20 minutes to install/hookup.
While replacing I noticed other light wiring were loose. I redid those as well, and now all lights are working!
Thnx ET
and George!
ds



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I like the Optronics Brand lights



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I broke one of the lights on a 2009 Echo ATV trailer. These lights were an exact fit. The connectors were identical to the broken light which provided a quick plug and go solution. I purchased a new grommet to go along with the new light and it fit as it should. Simple and quick installation. I purchased 2 of these so that I would have a Fresh lens on both sides. The description on the website made an easy solution.



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I was easily able to locate the trailer lights I required on this excellent website. Delivery was fast and the product was excellent. Thank you!



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Lost light and rubber grommet on road trip with motorcycle trailer. The replacement light and grommet ordered fit well and works great. Easy ordering and delivery as expected. Video was very helpful. Only issue I see is the rubber grommet is not as snug as original, however fit fine.

Gs

5/16/2020

Put 5000 miles on a trip and long winter storage, light still works great this spring.. Thank you



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Exact replacement, and easy to install.



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Direct replacement and easy installatio n!



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Quick easy installation. Perfect fit. Less than 5 minutes start to finish. Light was reasonably priced and delivered quickly.



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I wish I had a picture of the signal
light flashing.

Attached is a picture of my 1958 Alumniacrafet w/Linex inside, Powdercoat outside, and new oak seats.

I was going to take it on the maiden voyage and realized the lights on the trailer had burned out. Luckily etrailer's website was very easy to use and offered a plug and play replacement.

The parts arrived to NW Montana on time. My wife and I were able to see the Arctic Grayling spawning up Rogers Creek from Lake Rogers in NW Montana. Thousands of fish in a four foot wide, ice cold stream, narrowly escaping a sow black bear that was eating only the cheek fat and leaving the rest for the bald eagles.



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I bought a trailer a year ago and it had some lights out, i tried going locally for replacements but couldn't find what i needed, tried etrailer online and they had the lights for my particular trailer that were exact replacements, i ended up going with the led option and they are still going strong today! etrailer is now my go to site for anything and everything trailer, Thank You etrailer!



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They were the correct size. I received the order promptly



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Great pricing and super quick shipping!!



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great sale-just what we needed!!



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GOOD LIGHT



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I looked for this part for our trailer in several places and etrailer.com was the best by a land slide! The price was at least a quarter of all the rest the delivery even came a day early. I would recommend them with my eyes closed!



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Excellent service, Fast shipping



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Your replacement lights are even brighter than the original equipment!! I was selling this trailer and just had to get the lights on time to work out with the buyers plan of seeing it. Well, thet came exactly when you said and were the perfect item that sold the trailer!
Thanks for your quick turnaround,
Dennis Mc



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Fats accurate service.



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IT WAS WHAT I NEEDED.



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Perfect fit



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It was the size described, so fit perfectly and is still working.
Thank you.



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Hard to find part, in stock! Perfect replacement for old part with fast shipping. Keeping trailer original lighting so as to not have to rebuild electrical system.



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Perfect replacement using factory wiring and connectors



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Reasonable price and it plugged right in and worked.



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It's been 1 year and still working perfectly. The fit on my trailer was spot on!


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