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Interesting that the instruction sheet gives two bulb part numbers...  Anyways, because there is no real socket, you have some flexibility. There are a whole bunch of direct fit LED options for the various LED bulbs here:

https://stores.towncountryhobbies.com/leds/

This one is specifically designed for the type of socket shown, but the socket appears to be lacking the terminals so you would have to carefully solder the leads directly: https://stores.towncountryhobbies.com/led-8352ww/

A direct fit replacement for what is shown looks to be this one and again, you would need to carefully solder it like the existing one pictured:

https://stores.towncountryhobbies.com/e5-ledww/

Hope this sets you in a direction, and don't hesitate to follow up with success or more questions!

You can see the rim of the socket around the bulb, the actual bulb never has a lip like you see here.

From the instructions proved I would have had an issue tracking down a bulb.  I have several sockets with wires leftover from when I retrofitted 40 passenger cars with your flicker-free lights.  I guess I cold just clip the wires and attach the sockets and my push in LED bulbs. Thank you

@RixTrack posted:

I don’t see an LED screw base.  I missed a lot in my life so I case I will add this to the list😀

Ummm....

@bmoran4 posted:


A direct fit replacement for what is shown looks to be this one and again, you would need to carefully solder it like the existing one pictured:

https://stores.towncountryhobbies.com/e5-ledww/

Hope this sets you in a direction, and don't hesitate to follow up with success or more questions!

And again....

@bmoran4 posted:

Good eye John! If that is true, @RixTrack can just screw in a https://stores.towncountryhobbies.com/e5-ledww/ previously pointed.

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