I saw a set at Walmart a few weeks ago when I needed to replace one of my lights after I was hit, it was about the same price.
LED's are the way to go! I'll never run standard lights on a trailer again after seeing my 2 month old brand new majic tilt's lights were rusting out.
i like to stay legal and keep my tag lit so i'm running the stock frame mounted l.e.d.s with a custom bracket to keep them high and dry along with the l.e.d. pipe lights and the l.e.d. cap lights got her lit up like a christmas tree now and nothing gets wet so i expect them to last a good while....fwiw gang, just because they're l.e.d.s doesnt mean they're fail proof the first set of l.e.d.s on my trailer started to fail within the first 2 weeks of use dunking them so keeping them dry regardless of whether they're regular incandescent or high tech l.e.d.s will insure a longer life