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Old 11-14-2005, 11:06 AM
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I need a replacement lens for the left side tail light on my "Easyloader" trailer. I tow a 22ft. Wellcraft WA.
The info on the lens is: "Wesbar" - SAE AIP2ST - DOT - 94 followed by 105286.

Anyone got any ideas where I could find it online?
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Old 11-14-2005, 11:18 AM
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I need a replacement lens for the left side tail light on my "Easyloader" trailer. I tow a 22ft. Wellcraft WA.
The info on the lens is: "Wesbar" - SAE AIP2ST - DOT - 94 followed by 105286.
Anyone got any ideas where I could find it online?
Wesbar is apparently the parent company of Fulton Perf Prod's (or vice versa):

Fulton Performance Products
50 Indianhead Dr
Mosinee, WI 54455
Phone: (715) 693-1700
Fax: (715) 693-1799

www.wesbar.com

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I need a replacement lens for the left side tail light on my "Easyloader" trailer. I tow a 22ft. Wellcraft WA.
The info on the lens is: "Wesbar" - SAE AIP2ST - DOT - 94 followed by 105286.

Anyone got any ideas where I could find it online?

I know where you can find the left one, I need help finding the one for the right side. Same info if anyone knows please e-mail me standridgeh@bellsouth.net
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You might also try the dealer you got your trailer from. EZ Loader maintains a pretty good inventory to service their stocking dealers. The dealer should be able to do a quick phone order and have the needed trailer parts in just a day or two. I'm very partial to them since I've run them for the last 22 years... My first one went 350,000 miles before a snapped axle diamonded out the frame and sent it to the bone yard. My current one is somewhere near 110,000 miles at present (and I just clocked another 200 miles on it today...).
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go to ezloaders web site...
http://estore.ezloader.com/

The guy that used to answer the phone there was very helpful.

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