Gday Reddo & Leigh.Slot head screwed to a nice piece of timber backing with holes drilled out to accomodate lamp holders should take care of business. gordo
Yeah ... Thought about doing that when I was tidying up the lights on the front of the supalite.. but the "cavity " between inner and outer skins is only 25mm thick and I didn't want the rear end of the lights and wiring jutting into a block of timber on the inside of the van. They must have been available with sideways mounted lamp holders at some stage.
Yo Reddo.Actually the backing timber would be affixed to the back of light,then screwed to the outer wall of said `van.All that would be showing internally would be the wiring.Alternatively & this is w/o looking at any,(cos mine havent arrived yet to go on a landy tub trailer)perhaps the lamp holder could be removed & turned sideways with a saddle clamp holding it in place? gordo
Queenstown Tasmania. 1948/52 Mercury Teardrop. 1959 Phase III Vanguard Vignale.