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Old 07-19-2014, 08:26 PM   #23871
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I don't think mine could pull one off on the roof. I want to find a way to run a 40" radius bar inside my windshield behind the brow where it's invisible from outside
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:27 PM   #23872
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I don't think mine could pull one off on the roof. I want to find a way to run a 40" radius bar inside my windshield behind the brow where it's invisible from outside
Damn I would think the glare off the window would be killer. Especially at night when you walls use it the most.
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:35 PM   #23873
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Damn I would think the glare off the window would be killer. Especially at night when you walls use it the most.
It would be sealed to the glass like the lights an emergency strobe so it wouldn't be bad
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It would be sealed to the glass like the lights an emergency strobe so it wouldn't be bad
Oh I see, I always wondered how the po-po did them without blinding themselves.
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Oh I see, I always wondered how the po-po did them without blinding themselves.
Yeah they seal up to the glass lol
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Yeah they seal up to the glass lol
Well that makes sense. I think that would be cool man. When I get my cummins I wanna do a hidden light bar for a reverse light and one hidden in the front. I wanna do black projectors in factory housings painted black and flood projectors in the fog light housings.
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I've had a few different dash emergency lights. Trust me, you still get flashback and glare. But I saw your truck look alike today! Was leaving the mall as I was pulling onto the thruway lol.



[MENTION=146035]Jackedup00[/MENTION] was it an off brand one? Or a name brand?
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I've had a few different dash emergency lights. Trust me, you still get flashback and glare. But I saw your truck look alike today! Was leaving the mall as I was pulling onto the thruway lol.


[MENTION=146035]Jackedup00[/MENTION] was it an off brand one? Or a name brand?
Yeah but it won't be as awful as if it were unshielded. The way I'd do it would let no light through around it
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I've had a few different dash emergency lights. Trust me, you still get flashback and glare. But I saw your truck look alike today! Was leaving the mall as I was pulling onto the thruway lol.


[MENTION=146035]Jackedup00[/MENTION] was it an off brand one? Or a name brand?
Off brand ebay bar,14 or 15k lumens. I know someone with a $200 52" bar and its insanely bright
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