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Turn signal debate!

After adding the new alarm/remote start this past weekend I have decided that I need more wires!! well not really but I saw mirror turn signals and thought I should add a pair. The only problem is which kind?

Theres the undermount ones listed here:

http://www.generation-edge.info/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=62



And then there's the built into mirror ones listed here:

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ht=turn+signal

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#2 for sure. Much cleaner look.
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Number 2: It's my truck
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I have #2, and would suggest it.
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Go with #2. Much cleaner look.
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number 2 for sure... prob a little more but looks great...
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the thunderbolt ones are tight
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on mirror..looks cleaner and LEDs OWN
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number 2 number 2. def looks lots better
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The first link is taking me to an upholstery how-to for making raised flames, but I'm pretty that the second would be my choice.
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The first link is taking me to an upholstery how-to for making raised flames, but I'm pretty that the second would be my choice.
^^ditto, cant believe nobody noticed it till now lol.. anyways I vote get the turn signal mirrors, ive got them and they are awesome!!
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Another vote for #2
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Wait a sec... I get it now... this ain't to see which turn signals to get (that's a given the built in ones), it's to see how many people actually look at the links.
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number one is what i've got. I like the way it looks...espicially while driving and front view. but as said above, number 2 is much cleaner.
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oh crap. wrong link, here's the right one:

http://www.generation-edge.info/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=109
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haha i noticed that last night but was like ah waht hte heck..number 2 haha
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i asked the person that originally did the how to on installing this but, does anyone think changing the led's is possible?
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#2 I didnt know how cheap those mirrors are, damn.
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The first link is taking me to an upholstery how-to for making raised flames, but I'm pretty that the second would be my choice.
same here, it took me a few minutes and had to click each link a few times tryin to figure out. lol

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Definately #2. I have them in the glass. It is the most practical and visible where you need it.
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