12 volt headlight part number for napa?

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12 volt headlight part number for napa?

Postby Chris D » Mon Jan 07, 2013 7:30 pm

Was wondering if anyone has on hand the napa part # for 12 volt cub headlights. I go by a napa on the way to and from work and well....let's just say they aren't too bright in there at times. I have a real good napa 30 minutes from me but it isn't in route to/from work. Also would the same light apply to the rear light? I have a 59 I am working on, converted to 12 volts and need to do the lights now. They have a pig tail external on the light and the sealed beam light has a screw for each wire inside the housing. Any part numbers would be great and same the the hassle with the folks at the counter. :lol:

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Re: 12 volt headlight part number for napa?

Postby Barnyard » Mon Jan 07, 2013 7:46 pm

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Re: 12 volt headlight part number for napa?

Postby Chris D » Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:10 pm

Thanks Bill. I always thought it would be nice some place easily accessed to have a compiled list of part numbers for different things like bulbs, belts, alternators, coils, ect. I guess though as many different ways people do things, wire things, and make brackets and such for different conversions it would be difficult to accurately put a part number on things and say this works.


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