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Old 11-30-2010
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Video of my emergency strobe lights and a couple pics!

Hey guys I have finally bought a good camera that can catch the flash of the strobes and I have made a video of my emergency strobe lights along with a couple of pics of my truck! What do ya guys think?




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Truck looks good. I like the strobes. I am about to install some in my truck. Are you a firefighter?
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Old 12-10-2010
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Never seen one in the third brake light before.
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Never seen one in the third brake light before.
Me either, but I really do like that. It gives you more light higher up.
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did you just have to change the relay for your blinkers or how did you do them?

sorry forgot to add that they look really cool and you have an awesome looking truck, very clean

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very nice!
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Wow forgot to respond to this lol. Sorry guys. No, I wanted them incase I have to do anymore roadside rescues in the pouring down snow. The emergency flashers just aren't bright enough in that kind of weather when you can't see more than 20 feet in front of you lol. Thanks for the compliments guys!
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ya thats the same reason im looking at putting them on, i have a big set of amber flashers going on the back rack but i thought something like this would go good on the rear lights too
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Yeah it was an easy install. Just tapped them into the power behind the dash and then ran the lights out under the carpet through a rubber grommet in the floor out to the front and back of the truck
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are they completely different lights that you had to drill in then?
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are they completely different lights that you had to drill in then?
Yes, you have to drill a small hole the diameter of the bulb.
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Yep
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i gotcha, thanks
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Sure thing!
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very nice
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Most excellent!
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very nice. I LOVE that last picture. Nice truck
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Thanks!!!
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what kit did you use on yout tail lights
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