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Old 04-07-2017, 06:35 PM
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You can have a Dillon Tool Head Light [LED]
Perfect Fit
At the auto dept Walmart
If you are really talented . You can dig up a 12 volt dc transformer from something headed for the trash can
Get polarity right or it won't work
Your tip for the day
PLUS You get an extra lite for your buddy
Batteries included.
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Nice idea, Dave. I'll have to keep a look out for this when I next go to Walmart.
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Nice idea, Dave. I'll have to keep a look out for this when I next go to Walmart.
It's a perfect fit for the center hole in the shellplate
So don't push it in to hard
It's a bear to get out
The little test battery pack that comes with it has 18 camera batteries in it
So I saved those for other projects
Those batteries are 3 bucks apiece on Amazon
What's that tell you
The LED's for Dillon are like 30 bucks on Ebay
I like to share with you folks when I see something cheap that really works
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Excuse the pig pen
The red button in center is the light
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Thanks for the pics, Dave. Now I know it should work just fine on my older RL-450, which is the predecessor of the 550 you have. It's basically the 550 without the removable tool head, but does have the center hole.
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