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Old 08-06-2008
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i like them
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Old 08-07-2008
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I think they are very cool...esspecially if you wire them up under the rockers. sry for the bad pic. They didn't last long enough to get any good ones. The snow would pack up under them and blow fuses. Then i smashed them wheelin. NOTE THESE ARE CHEAP BULLY LINE-O-FIRE. Wayne has good stuff.
I have a feeling mine will last. it never gets wet here.
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I just dont see the point. but if you like them, who cares right?
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Wow I had no idea either this many people on here had em. I have looked at those probably a hundred times. Can't wait to see the pics.
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i love mine anythinbg LED i have to have and i really like them mounted on the side like blackhawk
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I hate when stuff takes for ever to come in! lol
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I don't like them because they are very popular. I LED'ed my tail lights with L1224R LED Fiberoptic bulbs and get very bright instant on instant off. They look amazingly red and are much brighter than stock. Some of the ranger-forums members have bought kits off me to LED their tail lights with great success.
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I don't like them because they are very popular. I LED'ed my tail lights with L1224R LED Fiberoptic bulbs and get very bright instant on instant off. They look amazingly red and are much brighter than stock. Some of the ranger-forums members have bought kits off me to LED their tail lights with great success.
Where do you buy those bulbs? are they easy to install?
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yes they are easy to install, you just have to buy a pair of mountaineer tail lights to do your truck. I take them out of the mounty lights and cut the housing. the hardest part is waiting for the epoxy to dry. If you are interested I can get you everything you need (lights already cut out, with housing included) ; PM me.

in my opinion if this mod is to hard for any specific person, then they shouldnt be modding. (its that easy)
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Sorry it took so long to get pictures up but I have been very busy these last few weeks. I like how it turned out but I need to lower the strip about an inch because its messing with the tailgate.



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I have one in my truck cab but not installed yet.... just too lazy to get out there and do it....
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I think they look GREAT, but only if they are near perfectly straight, when they end up all with bumps in em they look terrible.
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I think they look GREAT, but only if they are near perfectly straight, when they end up all with bumps in em they look terrible.
Thanks, Yeah some people just can't put them on right and looks like crap.
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I think it looks good.

I need to get one for mine! So no one re-ends me.
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