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Old 05-13-2013, 02:42 PM   #1
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what on earth would take a small bulb like this?
theyre the size of a 22 short!
thats a 22LR in the pic!


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Old 05-13-2013, 02:49 PM   #2
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We used those types in lighting panels on the inside of aircraft and simulators.


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Post-light bulbs for aircraft instruments.
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Aircraft instrument lamps. The flange base bulb is used in my plane to light the instruments. #330 if the 14 volt version. 328 is the 28 volt one. The screw type lamps I remember being used to light compasses.

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Flashlight!

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PS those do not look like 22 shorts.
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Looks like old dashboard light bulbs from older vehicles i've seen before.
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maybe a soldering gun? no planes in my dads warehouse.
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The indicator lights in the alarm panel on my towboat look very similar.
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ah haaa.
those little red dome and green dome kinda panel lights.....
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Default Yeeeppppppp..............

No wonder I couldnt find a dome light for my 57 Ford, you had them all hidden away................


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