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Firefighters, EMT's, Police officers....

were do you all get your POV lights.....i am in search of something simular to this in ALL BLUE......i would like something 12" long but would settle for 9"....I would like to spend no more than $150 for it.... any help is greatful...

http://www.galls.com/style.html?asso...DL171&cat=2703

i already looked on Galls, Sirennet.com, and they both had about the same thing for the same price........
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Try the Gall's catalogue online.
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that is what i have looked at....if you look, that is were that link above is from...
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try whalen
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thanks, that thing is almost the same thing that Galls has except that the one from Galls is $99 including the blue color and mounting hardware. The one in that link is $50 more for blue and $12 more for mounting hardware for a total of $170.....
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PM'd him....tried his website, but it no worky! i think he told me the other day that he was getting out of the light business...
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Galls loks like your best bet. I was in their Lexington, KY store last week and played with all the lights. Their deal cannot be matched.
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i need to go down to their store......i have job sites on the same road as their store, but never have been in the store....
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hey man galls is gonna be ur best bet, i got rid of my red red led dash and my strobes and now im lookin to red do all led, so i was lookin at the one u got there in red white or this one http://www.swps.com/spec8d.html but i couldent find a better price then galls on the mini phantom
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Where i work we dont do all the ordering thats mainly up to the departments but most of them order from here http://www.oherron.com/catalog/ . Price wise I really dont know i if its cheaper anywhere else or not but thats were most of the lights that get ship to us come from.
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We use Galls at are fire department.
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search around on officer.com and you might be able to find some
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Galls usually supplies most governments meaning that their prices will be cheaper. Go check their warehouse out.
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I have a local shop I go to

My buddy gives me everything at cost =]
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i bought that light in the link in my first post.....IT IS SUPER BRIGHT! i got it today so Galls is awsome with superfast shipping........i still have to hardwire it but it has a cig plug on it now and has 24 different patterns....it is blinding bright...
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I got an 18'' Able 2 light bar, 360 LED's 7 Patterns, i keep it in random....its unbelieveable
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led is the way to go man, gj, so you like the mini Maurice?
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Galls is super fast. on a scale of 1-10 they are a 12.

I would recomend them to anyone.

They have strobe kits (headlights and tails) cheap too.

Maurice can you make a video?
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led is the way to go man, gj, so you like the mini Maurice?
I LOVE the mini! it is awsome, and fit above my mirror with ease.........it is bright and has a crap load of flash patterns to choose from....
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Galls is super fast. on a scale of 1-10 they are a 12.

I would recomend them to anyone.

They have strobe kits (headlights and tails) cheap too.

Maurice can you make a video?
here ya go......photobucket slowed the strobes in the grill down quite a bit, so if you want the video with no slow down PM me your email....



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nice i deffinatly might look into that, it looks so wierd seeing guys with blue to me though lol
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nice i deffinatly might look into that, it looks so wierd seeing guys with blue to me though lol
why are the vff in your area red? i know in Kentucky(i live about 1/2 hour from that state) is red lights for volunteer firefighters.......and every other state around me is blue(ohio, illnois)
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I install and maintain the emergency warning systems on all our fire trucks and many people's personal vehicles. First of all, you're wasting your money buying lights from Galls. I haven't opened that catalog for years. I would also not bother with little lights like that mini-phantom. It is old and inferior technology that has been far surpassed.

http://www.needlights.com/whtln1.html
http://www.needlights.com/whspec8.html
http://www.sirennet.com/wheltallinle1.html
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