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RedbarnRick

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There was a recent discussion about the availability of these headlamps. Does anyone know of the original maunufacturer or the actual bulb number or the original purpose for this bulb. I can find numerous bulb suppliers on the net but try and find this bulb and no luck, I remember years ago when the first two bulbs burned out that the replacements were real expensive from my dealer. I have two bulbs in front of me and even under a magnifying glass I cannot find a number on it, only USA, stamped in the brass socket. Anyone tried a halogen replacement or similar changeover with success?

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Roy
Rick, The number stamped on the base of the lamps in my 7013S is 13606E. The lamps do have a number on them. Try this number and see what you can find. Unless I'm confused and this is the number from the Simplicity Parts Manual.

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RedbarnRick
Thanks Roy, I'll see if this number will match up, there are a number of 12 volt 50 watt bulbs but there is not a clear picture of the base, mine have two contact points and two pins to seat in the socket about a 1/4 inch from the end of the base and opposite each other, most of the bulbs listed have a BA15d base listed, anyone know what htat may be?

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Kirk, I'll have to look again. Could be that I read the "T" as a "1". The "E" may stand for halogen according to some catalogs I was looking at today. ikipp, Do you remember who you got your lamps from? Thanks,

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Guys I have looked at at least 20 sites and while I find some halogen bulbs with bayonet base and duel contact they do not have a lens in front of the bulb, I will try aircraft lights next but these are sure hard to find an exact match for, I hate to give up on these because my sockets and wiring are in excelllent shape.

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