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I've been looking for an alternative housing on my black van, this might be my answer with the slight modification.
 

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Sorry just saw this. They have been dry as toast and really like the look.
I can second this comment. I have zero leaks/water issues, and I really like the look they give. (y)
 

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Just to piggyback on this thread, I ordered mine on Ebay for around $30. They say they will fit a Promaster w/out any modifications other than wiring. Should be getting them delivered soon.
 

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Just to piggyback on this thread, I ordered mine on Ebay for around $30. They say they will fit a Promaster w/out any modifications other than wiring. Should be getting them delivered soon.
Looking to do the same , Keep us updated Thanks.
 

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Looking to do the same , Keep us updated Thanks.
I got the lights in and I mocked one up. The screw holes don't line up, almost an inch of difference. They will each need a little bit of wiring and 1 screw hole drilled into the roof if you were to buy those lights. It's not a lot of work, but I'm just not sure if the juice is worth the squeeze.
 

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I got the lights in and I mocked one up. The screw holes don't line up, almost an inch of difference. They will each need a little bit of wiring and 1 screw hole drilled into the roof if you were to buy those lights. It's not a lot of work, but I'm just not sure if the juice is worth the squeeze.

So the mod was to drill a new hole in the new light base 1/2" further back.
Can you modify the light to fit without drilling a hole in the roof?
 

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I got the lights in and I mocked one up. The screw holes don't line up, almost an inch of difference. They will each need a little bit of wiring and 1 screw hole drilled into the roof if you were to buy those lights. It's not a lot of work, but I'm just not sure if the juice is worth the squeeze.
Had a feeling wouldn't work as direct replacement , thanks for the update. ( I bought 2 different sets online in the past , application guide said would fit , they did not ( I'm still interested if anyone finds replacements in smoke )
 

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The ones I got were plastic and was able to drill a thru hole in them to use the OEM mounting holes. Very easy mod. I did have to cut off the factory inline connector.
 
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