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Trailer Lights & Wiring

Ensure safe and reliable transport for your boat with our selection of high-quality boat trailer lights and wiring products.


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  1. Wesbar LED Left/Roadside Submersible Taillight - Over 80" - Stop/Turn

    Special Price $41.95 Regular Price $57.78
  2. Wesbar LED Waterproof 6" Oval Surface Flange Mount Tail Light - Amber w/Black Flange Base

    Special Price $26.83 Regular Price $29.81
  3. Sea-Dog 7 to 4 Trailer Plug Adapter

    Special Price $13.95 Regular Price $15.95
  4. Sea-Dog 7 To 5 Trailer Plug Adapter

    Special Price $13.95 Regular Price $14.95
  5. Cole Hersee 3 Pole Trailer Connector

    Special Price $13.95 Regular Price $14.99
  6. Cole Hersee 2 Pole Trailer Connector

    Special Price $6.95 Regular Price $11.99
  7. Wesbar 7-Function Submersible Over 80" Taillight - Right/Curbside

    Special Price $11.95 Regular Price $21.18
  8. Ancor Trailer Connector-Flat 2-Wire - 12" Loop

    $3.72
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  9. Ancor Trailer Connector-Flat 4-Wire - 12" Loop

    Special Price $4.95 Regular Price $5.29
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  10. Tekonsha T-One® Connector Assembly f/17-20 Jeep Compass

    Special Price $98.95 Regular Price $127.17
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  11. Sea-Dog Trailer Connector 4 Pole Kit

    Special Price $8.95 Regular Price $11.50
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  12. Tekonsha Brake Control Wiring Adapter - 2-Plug, Mercedes

    Special Price $17.95 Regular Price $23.77
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WHAT ARE BOAT TRAILER LIGHTS AND WIRING?

Boat trailer lights and wiring are essential components of any boat trailer that allow it to be safely and legally towed on the road. Trailer lights are typically mounted on the back of the trailer and are powered by the vehicle towing the trailer, while wiring connects the lights to the towing vehicle's electrical system.


WHY ARE BOAT TRAILER LIGHTS AND WIRING IMPORTANT?

Boat trailer lights and wiring are important for a number of reasons. First and foremost, they ensure that other drivers on the road can see your trailer and understand its movements, reducing the risk of accidents. They also allow you to comply with local laws and regulations regarding towing, which typically require trailers to have functioning lights and turn signals. Proper wiring and lighting can also help you avoid costly fines for non-compliance.


WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BOAT TRAILER LIGHTS?

There are a variety of different types of boat trailer lights available, each with its own unique features and benefits. Some of the most common types include tail lights, which illuminate the back of the trailer and indicate when the vehicle is braking or reversing; turn signal lights, which flash when the vehicle is turning; and clearance lights, which indicate the width and height of the trailer.


HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT BOAT TRAILER LIGHTS FOR MY NEEDS?

When choosing boat trailer lights, it's important to consider the size and weight of your trailer, as well as the types of driving conditions you'll encounter. If you frequently tow your trailer at night or in inclement weather, for example, you may want to choose lights with brighter bulbs or more reflective surfaces. You should also consider the durability of the lights, as well as their ease of installation and compatibility with your towing vehicle's electrical system.


WHAT ARE BOAT TRAILER WIRING HARNESSES?

Boat trailer wiring harnesses are sets of wires that connect the trailer lights to the towing vehicle's electrical system. They typically include connectors that allow you to plug the trailer lights into the towing vehicle's harness, as well as fuses and other components to protect the electrical system from damage.


HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT BOAT TRAILER WIRING HARNESS FOR MY NEEDS?

When choosing a boat trailer wiring harness, it's important to ensure that it is compatible with your towing vehicle's electrical system. Many newer vehicles have specialized harnesses that require adapters or specific wiring configurations, so be sure to consult your vehicle's manual or a professional mechanic if you're unsure. You should also choose a wiring harness that is rated for the weight of your trailer and that includes the appropriate number of connectors for your lights.


ARE BOAT TRAILER LIGHTS AND WIRING DIFFICULT TO INSTALL?

The ease of installation for boat trailer lights and wiring can vary depending on the complexity of the trailer and the vehicle's electrical system. Many basic trailer lights can be installed with minimal tools and DIY knowledge, while more complex wiring harnesses may require professional installation. It's important to carefully review the installation instructions for any lights or wiring harnesses you purchase and to seek professional help if you're unsure.

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