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  • Wiring Harness for 1999 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty
  • If your 1999 F-250 Super Duty pickup had a factory 7-Way wiring harness and the, under vehicle connector has not been damaged you could use the Ford Replacement OEM Tow Package Wiring Harness, 7-Way (Super Duty), item # 118243, and if you had a factory 6-Way connector then you could use the Ford Replacement OEM Tow Package Wiring Harness, 6-Way (Super Duty), item # 20029, to replace your pigtail. If you would like to hard wire a new connector to the truck then you will need to use a...
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  • Bargman Replacement Lens for a Bargman SAE AILRST 94 Stamping
  • Yes, the Replacement Lens # 30-92-012 that you referenced would be the correct replacement lens for your Bargman light that has SAE AILRST 94 stamped on it.
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  • Replacement Tail Light Lens that has SAE-IST P2-84 DOT and T Bargman On It
  • I believe that you will need replacement lens # 34-84-010. It fits Bargman 84, 85, and 86 series lights. It measures 5-5/8 inches tall and 4-1/4 inches wide. The screw holes are 5 inches apart on center.
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  • Installing The Bargman 7-Way Molded Trailer End Connector # 50-67-008 To A Viking Pop-Up Camper
  • The wire color code on the Bargman 7-Way Molded Trailer End Connector, part # 50-67-008, is White - Ground Red - Left Turn and Brake Brown - Right Turn and Brake Green - Tail Lights Blue - Electric Brakes Black - 12v power Yellow - Auxiliary/Reverse Lights I would recommend to use a circuit tester like the Quickee Tester, part # 3808, and test the wires on your Viking pop-up camper for function. Once you know what function each wire carries, you will be able to wire the...
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  • Mounting Location for the Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck 7-Pin In Bed Wiring Harness
  • Mounting the 5th Wheel/Gooseneck 90-Degree Wiring Harness, # 50-97-410, in the bed of your 2006 Chevy 2500HD is up to the installer and user. If you like the connection point to be closer to the cab, installing between the wheel well and the front of the bed is easily accomplished with the 9 foot long harness length. Many users like this location because it is easier to access when the trailer is attached to the fifth-wheel hitch. Most people probably install the connector between the...
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  • Recommended In-Bed 7-Way Wiring Harness for Slide in Truck Bed Camper on 2011 Ford F-350
  • Unless you specifically need the 9 foot length provided by the part # 50-97-410 harness you referenced, I would recommend the Pollak 5th Wheel / Gooseneck T-Connector, part # PK11893-11932. The Pollak harness is 7-1/2 feet long, and with a short bed truck it should be more than long enough at half the price. I have linked to a video showing a typical installation. The video shows a different vehicle, but should provide you a good idea of how to proceed with the install.
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  • Wire Color and Functions of Bargman 7-Pole, RV-Style Connector # 50-67-008
  • The key here is that the functions are in the correct locations. Wire color is going to vary from manufacturer to manufacturer which is why you should always wire by function and use a circuit tester like # 3808 when wiring in a connector like # 50-67-008. The reason we list the wire color and functions on the product page is because there is no official industry standard for wire color. If you tried to wire by matching colors, there is a very good chance that it will be wired incorrectly....
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  • How to Determine the Correct Replacement Lens for a Lens with # SAE-A-P2-83
  • I spoke with my contact at Bargman and found that your SAE-A-P2-83 lenses were from the Bargman # 59 series trailer lights, however, the # 59 series lights were changed and the new replacement lenses do not fit the old style lights. The current red replacement lenses for the Bargman # 59 Series lights is part # 34-59-010. To determine if you have the old style lights, I recommend measuring the housing of your light or one of the lenses from another light. At this time we do not have...
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  • Replacement Red Clearance Light with SAE P2A 99 On the Lens
  • We have a few options that might be what you are looking for. I have included links to them below. If none of these are correct then I will need the dimensions of the light included the distance between mounting holes on center if applicable: # 47-58-031 # MC71RS # MCL76RB # MC70RB # MC11RB # MC35RB The number that you found on the lens isn't a part number, it indicates the style of the lens and how it is rated. It is similar to the different numbers and letters on a tire size...
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  • Wiring Harness Needed for Installing a Truck Camper in the Bed of a 2011 Ford F-350
  • To run wiring into the bed of your truck for attachment of a truck camper, fifth-wheel trailer or gooseneck trailer the correct wiring harness is the Draw-Tite Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck 90 Degree Wiring Harness with 7-Pole Connector, item # 50-97-410 that you have selected. This harness connects inline with the OEM 7-Way wiring harness present at the back of the truck and will allow you to retain the use of the bumper mounted 7-Way connector. Using some dielectric grease, item # 11755,...
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  • Troubleshooting Running Lights and Brakes Not Working Correctly on a Haulmark Trailer
  • The problem with the running lights not working could be several things. The first thing I would check is to make sure the 7-Way on your 2006 Chevy Silverado is getting a signal for the running lights. Using a circuit tester like # 3808, test the running light circuit which should be the pin in the 11 oclock position if looking at the face of the plug. If the signal is coming through, make sure that the corresponding pin on the trailer side (pin in the 1 oclock position if looking at...
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  • How to Convert a Semi Truck Trailer Wiring Connector to a 7-way Connector
  • We do not carry an adapter that will convert a semi-truck trailer connector to a 7-way like the Wiring Harness # 50-97-410 that you referenced. Your best option would be to cut off the connector of your truck and wire a Pollak 7-Pole # PK11898 to it by function. What I mean by wire by function is use a circuit tester like our part # 3808 and test the wires where you cut them off for voltage as the different trailer connector circuits are activated. For example, you would turn on the...
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  • Replacement Lens for a Bargman 84 Series Trailer Tail Light
  • The number you have provided sounds like a Bargman 84 series light. The lens you need is # 34-85-750. If you roll your mouse over the picture to zoom in, you will see that same SAE AR 84 DOT number on the lens.
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  • Is Bargman part # 3499010 a Replacement Lens for a Trailer with Lens # SAE AP2 06 DOT Bargman #99
  • According to the Bargman factory, the SAE AP2 06 DOT and Bargman #99, that you called out, is in their Fit registry as the Bargman part # 3499010. The factory could not identify the other characters you called out; # 270, # 278, or SAE A P2 76. My contact told me that they are continually updating and revising the part numbers, so, she was not surprised when she could not find them. I pulled one piece from the bin and on the part itself, the following is in raised plastic: Bargman #99...
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  • 30-91-010 Bargman Light Replacement Recommendation
  • The square style of light that you currently have has been discontinued and is no longer available. You would want to replace your current assemblies with the Bargman Surface Tail Light part # 30-92-002. The rounded corners would not need to be calked. They just would install in place of what you have and would work just fine. Since your current lights are acting funny you might check the condition of the grounds of the assemblies. The white wire will need to be connected to a clean...
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  • Wiring an In-Bed Northland Camper Using Camper and Truck Existing Wiring in a 2012 Dodge Ram 3500
  • My recommendation would be to determine how your camper is wired and install a RV-Style trailer 7-pole connector on your camper wiring. Then use your existing 7-pole connection at the rear bumper of your truck to install an in-bed connection point to supply power to your camper. To begin I suggest determining how your camper is currently wired. To do this you will have to apply 12 volt power to the lines that you have mentioned that are coming out of the camper in the front left corner...
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  • LED Taillight Options to Replace Bargman 92 Series Taillights
  • Based on the 30-92-XXX partial part number you provided, it sounds like you have Bargman 92 Series taillights. These taillights measure 8-9/16 inches long x 4-9/16 inches wide x 2-1/8 inch thick. I have some options for LED taillights for you, however there is not a direct LED replacement for the 92/94 Series lights. If you want to stay with Bargman lights for you trailer, you can use the Bargman LED Surface Mount, Double Tail Light, 84/85 Series # 47-84-610. This double taillight offers...
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  • How to Wire in a Bargman Triple Tail Light into Trailer Wiring
  • The Bargman Triple Tail Light # 47-84-009 that you referenced will install without a problem on your trailer. The 2 solid red led lights have three circuits that run to them. The black wire is stop and turn, the green wire is tail light and the white is ground. The ground circuits of all the lights are wired together into one wire. You will need to run that wire to a clean metal surface on your trailer frame. The reverse light has its own black wire that will get run to the reverse...
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  • Is the Bargman Clearance Light Replacement Lens #59 Amber The Same Lens as SAE-A-P2-83 Lens
  • I cross referenced the Clearance Light Replacement Lens #59 Amber, part # 34-59-012, with the number you gave me, SAE-A-P2-83. Part # 34-58-012 is the replacement lens for the 59 series, or SAE-A-P2-83 lens that you have. It looks like the appearance of the lens changed slightly as the clear plastic with no honeycomb on the lens is longer. I called our representative at Bargman and he informed me that the light has just changed over the years, and that this lens is the appropriate...
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  • Replacement Lens for Bargman 99 Series Clearance Light on a 1999 Pace-American Trailer
  • It is possible that the Bargman Replacement Lens for 99 Series Clearance Lights, # 3499010, is the correct replacement. There are different designs in the 99 series lights. The 3499010 lens is a trapezoid shape. Another possible fit would be the Replacement Red Lens for MC44 Series and BA44 Series Trailer Lights, # A44RB. This lens has a semi-circle shape. The 3499010, that you have referenced measures 4-1/8 inches long, 1-1/4 inches tall, and 9/16 inches deep. The best way to determine...
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  • Replacement Lens Recommendation for Taillight Part # 003-81
  • The part number you gave, 003-81, is the Fasteners Unlimited taillight version of the # 30-92-003. The replacement lens for this is the part # 30-92-012. The lens should work well as a replacement for what you have.
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  • Recommended Truck Bed Fifth Wheel Wiring Harness For 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
  • You should find a 7-way connector at the back of your Silverado. If you do then you can simply use a harness like the Bargman Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring, part # 50-97-410. This harness plugs between the 7-way connector you have and the harness that is plugged into the back of it. You then just route the harness to the location in your truck bed you want the harness to complete the install. I have attached a link to an installation of this harness you can check out. If you do not...
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  • Replacement 7-Way Trailer Socket Recommendation for a 1997 Hummer H1
  • I have an option that will work for you, however, the screw holes of the Bargman 7-way Trailer Connector, # 50-87-002, are 2-1/4 inches x 1-1/2 inches, so they would not line up with the existing screw holes on your 1997 H1. Instead, I recommend using the Pollack Replacement 7-Way Trailer Connector Socket, # PK11893, and the 4ft Pigtail Wiring Harness, # PK11998. The screw holes for the 7-way socket are 2-1/2 inches x 1-3/4 inches, which match your specification. I have attached...
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  • Is Factory 7-Way Wiring the Same on Dodge, Ford, GM, and Toyota Trucks when Adding In-Bed 7-Way
  • After a certain year, Dodge, Ford, GM, and Toyota all started using the same type of connectors for tow package wiring 7-Way connectors. There are a few harnesses that fit all 4 of these makes. If you are using a harness like # 50-97-410 with the round connectors that just plugs in then it would be the same on newer Dodge, Ford, GM, and Toyota vehicles. On older models and those that did not originally come with a 7-Way trailer connector from the factory they would be unique to the manufacturer...
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  • Availability of Bargman 58 Series Trailer Clearance Lights
  • It sounds like you are looking for the Bargman 58 series clearance light part # 30-58-002 for the incandescent or part # 47-58-032 for LED.
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  • How To Wire The Bargman Red LED Tail Light, # 47-84-610, For Stop,Turn And Taillight Functions
  • The Bargman Red LED Tail Light, # 47-84-610, can be used as a stop, turn and taillight. It is made for both lights to operate as stop, turn and taillight. You could wire the one light to be stop and turn, and the other light as the taillight, but when the stop and turn is not used that light would be off. The green wires are for taillights and the black wires are for stop and turn. There is no certain location (top or bottom) that the functions need to be wired on a vertical taillight.
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  • How to Determine Replacement Dexter Axle by Measuring
  • Dexter can look up axle information based on the serial number, but the number will be the letter D followed by 7 or 9 digits. The number you found doesn't appear to be the serial number. You can also take a few measurements of the axle and determine what it is that way. First you would want to measure the diameter to determine the capacity (you may know this already). Next you would want to measure the distance from one hub face to the other. Finally you would need to measure...
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  • Recommended Replacement Clearance/Side Marker Lights For 1993 Class C RV
  • I spoke with my contact at Bargman and they told me that they no longer make the replacement lens for your 68 Series lights you have on your 1993 Classic C RV. They told me the closest light assembly they have to your lights are part # 34-17-808 for the red clearance side marker light, and part # 34-17-809 for the amber light. I pulled one of these from the warehouse and took some measurements for you. I have attached a photo that has the dimensions marked. This light measures 3-7/8...
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  • Bargman Taillight Recommendation for Replacing Bargman 30-84-013
  • Based on the number you listed it sounds like you have an 84 series Bargman light like the part # 30-84-509 or # 30-84-103. Without seeing a picture of your lights it's hard to say for certain as the part number you have is no longer in production. Here's the vertical version # 30-84-554. If what you have looks like either of the lights I linked then they would match what you have. Or feel free to email me a picture of your taillights and I will see what we have.
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  • Replacement Tail Light Lens For 1999 Bounder Trailer
  • I spoke with my contact at Cequent and they said the SAE-1ST-84 number you referenced is most likely just the number that states the lens passed SAE guidelines for testing, and not the part number of the lens you are looking for. Per the measurements you gave, the lens that may be a fit for you is the Replacement Lens for Bargman Tail Light, 84 Series, part # 34-84-010. This lens measures 5-5/8 inches by 4-1/4. As you can see on the enclosed photo the holes are spaced 5 inches apart.
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