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Old 11-27-2011, 04:18 PM   #42
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Old 11-27-2011, 05:15 PM   #43
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Put me down for 3 pair of rigid cool white. Let me know how we need to pay when the order is placed. I assume pay pal, but......
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:20 PM   #46
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Here are ones pretty close to how it looks in real life all using the same camera settings:

Are those two 12" strips like Larry had? What type of connectors are on the ends?

Any info on the back light? I was actually looking for a new one
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Do you need any connectors? and PayPal will be the preferred method.
Unless there is something special in the connectors I will not need them. Waterproof splices are easy to do. But I guess I need clarification. Does each light have a wire coming out of the end?
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:51 PM   #49
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Unless there is something special in the connectors I will not need them. Waterproof splices are easy to do. But I guess I need clarification. Does each light have a wire coming out of the end?
Only the flexible 12" waterproof strip does
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Are those two 12" strips like Larry had? What type of connectors are on the ends?

Any info on the back light? I was actually looking for a new one
The back light to my skid-plate is using two pairs of 10" Rigid Cool White Strips but it would really depend on how big of a space you are backlighting.

Larry had two 12" Flexible-waterproof strips used as rocklights (in between the front and rear tires, under the doors, not the ones under the front or rear bumper) on each side. I used three on each side.
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The back light to my skid-plate is using two pairs of 10" Rigid Cool White Strips but it would really depend on how big of a space you are backlighting.

Larry had two 12" Flexible-waterproof strips used as rocklights (in between the front and rear tires, under the doors, not the ones under the front or rear bumper) on each side. I used three on each side.
Sorry man I quoted the wrong picture... tried to do it from my phone. I ment the one with the rock lights on. But you answered my questions
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I really want a set of bed lights and hood lights, but I have to be realistic and wait until after the holiday bloodletting to spend another $150 or so on the truck... Hopefully this will still be going on in January!
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I really want a set of bed lights and hood lights, but I have to be realistic and wait until after the holiday bloodletting to spend another $150 or so on the truck... Hopefully this will still be going on in January!
Hopefully by then its round 2!
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Sorry man, my supplier will only let me buy in bulks of 500. This is just to see if I have enough interest to even negotiate a higher price for a lower amount
Well I could probably have fun with 500 light bars around the house.... hmmmm.

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