Steve , that light is an exterior 12-volt one made for RV's.
I get some of the 'Big' stuff for our conversion from Camping World...but most of our stuff comes from Dyer's online RV store.
They have an amazing bunch of stuff for converter's ...worst shipping fees I've ever seen though.
(We live up in Sitka Alaska and are used to getting screwed on shipping.) , But they have a really a great selection of stuff.
Here's Dyer's URL , this is where we picked up that 12-volt light
I’m going to install one of those lights over the buses back door and one in our bath/shower also.
Lapeer , I wanted to paint the Bus earlier in the Conversion process …but weather , time & money issues came into play .
Up here in Sitka Alaska (Bus Converters Hell) the weather is absolutely atrocious…there’s no way to Candy coat it, it just Sucks.
You get a day here with a bit of sunny weather, run outside and start to work on the bus and within an hour it starts raining again.
So, you can’t paint a rig outside here…even if you put a tarp over the rig, the paint wouldn’t dry because of the very high humidity.
Then, any place that will rent you an inside spot here in Sitka to work on a rig, charges $800.00 -$1000.00 a month. This is a small Island community, stuck out in the middle of nowhere …so space is at a premium.
There are some cheaper deals, but they want you to sign at least a year’s lease.
So, we’ll finish up the inside part of the conversion …which is costing a fortune to have everything barged up here already. …Then I’ll bite the bullet and pay some guy a $1000.00 to work on painting ‘Latcho Drom ‘ inside.
Speaking of Painting, I used a roller to paint our last Bus conversion …but I’m leaning toward getting one of those Wagner Power Sprayers for our new conversion …has anyone used one of those sprayer units? Do they work, or are they just a ‘Toy’?
Lapeer, I was wondering …what’s it like taking a turn in your bus with all that water sloshing about in your big hot tub? Do you notice any turning or stopping problems?
Thanks for this Great Site,
Michael & Millie