Q: Do these come in 12 volts since my 1940 Buick Special Series 40 has been converted to 12 volt?
A: The 12 volt version of this light is 225A-U-I
Q: Do you have a right and left bracket for these that will fit the 1948 chevy fleetline?
A: Yes, for driver side (LH) use 11 installation kit and for passenger side (RH) use 11RH installation kit
Q: What is the difference between the 125A and the 125B spotlight and how long do I have to weight for production?
A: 125A has an A length shaft and 125B has a B length shaft. Proper shaft length and mounting hardware are determined by the make, model and year of the vehicle the light is being mounted on. We are currently on a two week lead time for spotlights.
Q: I have 1 a 1930 Model A Ford Sedan with a 6 volt AutoSpot made by Federal Auto Products. Is this a replacement for this spot light? Will it fit the same mounts as the Autospot?
A: Unfortunately, we do not know. Federal Auto Products was an unrelated company and we do not have any engineering information on if our products are compatible.
We also do not have any application information for 1930 Ford models to direct you to our correct parts.
Q: Can this be installed on a 1940 model 50 Lasalle 125A-4535-U-I 6" Spotlight-6V?
A: Yes, this is the correct spotlight to use on a 1940 La Salle Model 50. It should be mounted on driver side with a 98 installation kit or passenger side with a 98RH installation kit.