Well, I finally got tire of the cheap 12v flashlight installed in our Mountaineer so I installed a real flashlight in its place. This is the same type of flashlight used by the firefighters in our fire dept. It is a great light, tough, bright, and best of all 12v rechargeable. I just removed the old one, and hardwired this one in it's place. These lights are also nice because you can set them on a flat surface to free up your hands while working.
That's one of the things on my " to do " list. Mind if I ask the brand and a model number? Our first light didn't work, got a new one, and the first time I needed it, guess what. It doesn't work either.
Will, I purchased it here: http://www.copsplus.com/prodnum5055.php
You can buy just the flashlight which will also use c-cell batteries, or you can get the charging base and batteries like I did. It's not cheap, but after using them for my job I felt it was worth the price.
Hi Dennis, thanks for the link. Looks like the prices @ bright guy are a bit cheaper. I have also seen the flashlight in red and black. I stayed with Yellow since I figured sooner or later I would det it down or lose it in the dark and the yellow would make it easier to find..