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Old 06-18-2006
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Got lights???

Here is my buddies 2004 Ranger XLT with about a billion LED lights on it!!!!!

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Nothing like going overbored! Do you have any pics. of them lit up? What color are they?

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Why?
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They aren't even lined up straight.
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Does he work as a lead vehicle for over size loads?
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Does he work as a lead vehicle for over size loads?
...at night with no other lights any where around?
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...at night with no other lights any where around?
In the black forest on the blackest midnight under attack by black bears?

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In the black forest on the blackest midnight under attack by black bears?

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...in Alaska when the sun wont shine?
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dang. where does he work?? or is that even for work?
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I can understand the led's across the box, maybe he has them specially wired to work as a traffic advisor. But the one's on the side are kind of over kill. The halogen rotators on top would work for side lighting.
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...in Alaska when the sun wont shine?
In the winter foo. There's a reason we're called "land of the midnight sun"

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He works road construction. Plus he loves lights so go figure. I'm gonna get some pics of the truck lit up tonight after it gets dark out.
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thats rockin man..hah
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Here is the truck at night...

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Holy Brightness Batman! 22 lights on the tool box alone. He should make it so tha some of them flash.
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Wow thats unnecessary
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when would you ever use those?
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wow, and I thoguht I had to many lights.... sheash, that is way overboard and TACKY
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Tell him to go buy a straight-edge and try it again.

Way too many lights, and he can't even line them the **** up straight? Good lord somebody smack this man.
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all it needs is a Flux Capacitor and he'll be good to go.
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all it needs is a Flux Capacitor and he'll be good to go.
lol. yeah i can see the ones on the back of the tool box but the sides dont make ne sense.
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Well, I guess I can see if he's in construction. I wouldnt want my truck or me to get hit either....people are crazy. So in that respect, I can see the point.
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well crawly, i can undertand that....but there is a point where there is to many....

that many, just turns into a darn blur and blinds folks.
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^ Actually youre right Tom. Its been documented that more than 2 strobe/flasher lights on one vehicle in "less than full daylight conditions"(aka dusk, dawn and night) can actually cause more of a safety hazzard. Many people suffer from highway narcossis or object fixation after a few hours on the road and bright lights can actually shift their fixation to them and people will often crash into the object that their attention is fixated on. IE. Drivers under the influence of a controlled substance, such as alcoholic beverages, often times rear end other cars because they become fixated on the tail lights of that vehicle.
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Well, i reckon i didnt take that into consideration. Consider me corrected lol
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