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Old 10-28-2012, 10:57 PM   #31
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Do it, I love how much brighter my bed is now.
I think I will. Just waiting for a deliver from a guy on here, then I'll place a big order. It looks so good on yours
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I think I will. Just waiting for a deliver from a guy on here, then I'll place a big order. It looks so good on yours
Thanks, I just ordered 20 festoon bulbs and 4 168's for the doors and glove box. Hope they come this week. I ordered 20 because I'm doing my truck and both of the SuperDuty's since it was a little cheaper per bulb in bulk anyhow
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be gentle with that glove box light, its rather difficult to get the bulb out.

I have a LED in the dome in my old truck and everybody is amazed at how bright it is, probably wont be as bright if i ever buy the cover for it
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be gentle with that glove box light, its rather difficult to get the bulb out.

I have a LED in the dome in my old truck and everybody is amazed at how bright it is, probably wont be as bright if i ever buy the cover for it
I'm ready to see how it looks. The lights in my back seat are legitly going to suck, I put green ones in my friend's truck and they took forever. But they look sweet, especially in the door

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I'm ready to see how it looks. The lights in my back seat are legitly going to suck, I put green ones in my friend's truck and they took forever. But they look sweet, especially in the door

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Id probably bust up a plug and play LED and run the strip leads in it so the strip could just plug in, it'd be an experiment.

And you just reminded me that I've got a few rolls of strips coming. Might put some in my backseat and wire them in with the rest, everybody loves the flashing lights with the bass.
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Which LEDs did you get for yours? and what color?
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Id probably bust up a plug and play LED and run the strip leads in it so the strip could just plug in, it'd be an experiment.

And you just reminded me that I've got a few rolls of strips coming. Might put some in my backseat and wire them in with the rest, everybody loves the flashing lights with the bass.
The ones in the door and dome lights on his are just the strips cut up into 3 LED sections and the wires are clipped into the stock bulb holder.

On mine I wanted it a little more functional so I went the conventional route and got regular bulbs.
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Which LEDs did you get for yours? and what color?
They're white 912's like this but only 5 LED's instead of 9. 9 would probably be brighter
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They're white 912's like this but only 5 LED's instead of 9. 9 would probably be brighter
superbrightleds come up as the 194's was this like yours?
http://www.superbrightleds.com/morei...edge-base/206/
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superbrightleds come up as the 194's was this like yours?
http://www.superbrightleds.com/morei...edge-base/206/
Yeah pretty much
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