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Old 08-13-2010
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"Blinker mod" question

So I am looking at the blinker mod and it seems like a good idea but I was wondering if there was any way you could set it up so instead of the side marker alternating when the lights are on, it stays the same and flashes at the same time as the other light when the lights are on.

Is there any way to do this because I personally think the lights alternating looks really tacky.
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i think its dope, i trip people out all the time with it!

im not electrical genius or guru, but i dont think its gonna work. u tap into the marker light for this, when its on and you signal (with it modded) it is grounded out for that split second to make it blink... it technically could be done but would probly be a lot in time and fabrication... probly have to have caps and all sorts a crap
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