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Old 10-10-2012, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default New led lighy barband recerse lights

Go this in today and love it . Pictures can't even show how good it looks
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Nice!!! How much was it? And what'd you have to do for a install?
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Nice!!! How much was it? And what'd you have to do for a install?
Got it insane for 40 bucks and it plugs right in and work but you just gotta splice into one of your reverse lights.. 15 min to do but looks amazing
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Plugs into what? And where would I run the wires to hide them?
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Plug right into the hitch trailer lights. And one to the reverse light .!all easy to hide behind the bumper
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Awesome!! Link were you bought it? And does it do turn signals?
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Awesome!! Link were you bought it? And does it do turn signals?
Check out the LEDGlow 60" bar w/ reverse lights....demo videos on YouTube. I'm ordering me one today.

http://www.ledunderbody.com/60-Inch-...se-Lights.aspx
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I've bought 2 lightbars from them and liked them for the most part. I've had issues though with both where the wires come into the strip coming un-soldered from the circuitboard. Not a hard fix, more a PITA than anything. And I'd go ahead and cut out the inline fuse they have...it rusts easily even if u cover it and wont get good contact. Just fyi.
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I've bought 2 lightbars from them and liked them for the most part. I've had issues though with both where the wires come into the strip coming un-soldered from the circuitboard. Not a hard fix, more a PITA than anything. And I'd go ahead and cut out the inline fuse they have...it rusts easily even if u cover it and wont get good contact. Just fyi.
Are you talking about the LEDGlow bars? If so... Thanks for the info... Never tried any of their products before.
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Are you talking about the LEDGlow bars? If so... Thanks for the info... Never tried any of their products before.
Yes the ledglow bars. Like I said they were great for a while...looked awesome. But then something would go out and I got tired of messing with them. I'm sure they would've replaced it but since I cut out the fuse I doubted it.
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