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ummm...mine are LED too...



I guess this means I need to go ahead and put the 4th and 5th ones in.
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Hah dang, didnt notice that - I though tthey were incandescant ones!

Did you order the ones off Ebay - LED 15" bar with the high/low that you can tap into the brakes? :-)


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Hah was just laughing about the black truck in the pictures - it swaps position every new set of pictures :-p Thats my '88 Ranger I just got running again - 2.3L, 2wd. 5 speed (4+overdrive)... great condition minus the paint on the exterior - dove under it to do some inspecting and theres not even any rust on the frame minus the standard surface stuff from a little moisture here and there.. I missed drivin it :-)
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Hah dang, didnt notice that - I though tthey were incandescant ones!

Did you order the ones off Ebay - LED 15" bar with the high/low that you can tap into the brakes? :-)
Maybe back when we were doing your cluster, those may have been incandescants....but as soon as I went LED on the tails, everything went LED the same night(or the same week).

Link me these hi/lo clearence lamps...THAT would be hella awesome.
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Maybe back when we were doing your cluster, those may have been incandescants....but as soon as I went LED on the tails, everything went LED the same night(or the same week).

Link me these hi/lo clearence lamps...THAT would be hella awesome.


http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/15-Sl...Q5fAccessories


Dirt cheap - I'm going to be ordering up 2 more and tieing them into my left and right brake's... that way they will blink when I hit the brakes, and when I click my turn signals - still need to run wiring to my third brake light in the middle one so it will mimic the brake's without blinking on and off with a turn signal
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The one I linked to right there actually has a red, white, and black.. red = high, white = low, black = ground.. lets you tie into your brake light high/low so you can make it blink with that specific turn signal and such - My plan is to have 3 of these.. actually jsut ordered 2, and a can of nightshade - and going to paint the area under there black - nightshade the LED's so they wont blind so much when I hit the brakes.. and give them a stealthy look under there when they arent on.. one in the middle on the third brake light wires.. and one hugging each side workign with that ides brake light.
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The link in your post sent me to his store home...
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The link in your post sent me to his store home...
ohhh re-click that link, i edited it right after you c licked it I bet -- 15" Slimline 3 LED Red ID Light Bar Trailer Truck RV 80:eBay Motors (item 270318887154 end time Aug-13-09 1557 PDT)


If the link doesnt work.. search up "15" Slimline 3 LED Red ID Light Bar Trailer Truck RV 80" in the store =)
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two wires: red and white, hot and ground. hehe...look at me..totally hacking your thread here.
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lol thats a wrong picture on there.. its got three that was sent to me - low, high, and ground.. I think they are using a generic picture on that one probably, lol


Lol, and with thread hackign I dont mind at all - Im just waiting on those several HID haters to start spamming about me trying to kill people.. yadda yadda yadda lol :-p
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Question about the HIDs you have... the duel beams. Do you have to hack the factory harness at all??
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Question about the HIDs you have... the duel beams. Do you have to hack the factory harness at all??
Should just be plug and play.
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gotcha i was wonderin cause i have singles and was thinkin of upgrading.
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This is how a proper HID kit works (With a relay)



Battery to Relay
Relay to Ballast
Stock Wiring plugs Into Relay (For High/Low Signals)
Ballast plugs into HID Bulb


Thats all there is to it - minus of course.. you have to mount the ballast and all that, slightly more work depending on application.
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Does the hi/low kit have 2 relays since theres actually 2 bulbs? I've never seen the hi/lo relay kit.
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