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led headlights

Postby steven » 05 Aug 2010, 15:20

622O O1 547 9O43. That is the NSN. For HMMWV and MK48. LED headlights.
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HMMWV LED headlights

Postby CRC » 28 Jul 2011, 14:08

I just got out of the field and we had temp loaned some HMMWVS that had led headlights. Does anyone know or have the NSN for these lights or know where I can find them? I have looked in all the HMMWV TMs and the only NSN I can find are for the Incandescent bulbs. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: HMMWV LED headlights

Postby WRECKERMAN » 05 Aug 2011, 10:36

We are currently putting them on all of our trucks. The NSN is 6220-01-547-9043. They are kind of pricey but should last a long time.
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Re: HMMWV LED headlights

Postby CRC » 10 Aug 2011, 08:25

Do you know if they are plug and play or are there other parts that are needed to make them work?
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Re: HMMWV LED headlights

Postby SUPERMOD » 10 Aug 2011, 13:43

they are "plug and play" nothing extra needed. The old Halo lights needed a ballast though.
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Re: led headlights

Postby Petz » 04 Mar 2012, 05:08

These are 189 dollars, and with the tightening of the purse strings this is not economical. If you're I&I, I would not recommend this purchase to your OICs for this fact.
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Re: led headlights

Postby SUPERMOD » 05 Mar 2012, 12:06

Good thing about LED is that you do not replace them very much (if at all). where with the regular headlights you find yourself going "lights out" in the field everytime you go out. It might be more $ on the front end, but in the long run it seems to pay itself off, and is therefore cost effective in the "big picture"....

-just my 2 cents.
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Re: led headlights

Postby Petz » 08 Mar 2012, 04:57

Point I want to make is that you'll need to crunch those numbers in order to "sell" this kind of expense to a CO who gets hammered for being short funds half way through the year because you were concerned about headlights (not deadlining)
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