LEDs running lights

baseballfanz

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ala Audi style.







try to take a shot of the whole truck but pic did'nt come out right

you see one solid white light but in person you will see a row of LEDs.

You can kinda see the reflection of the LEDs, that's how it really look.















this shot is at 3pm full sunny day

 

baseballfanz

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[quote name='htxtruck' date='10 March 2010 - 11:28 PM' timestamp='1268281739' post='156191']

That looks incredible. Someone had some time on their hands...

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Lol. It wasnt that bad, 2 hours to do but 1:50 of that is drilling the 88 holes. I stopped about every 5 to 7 holes to test fit. One hole off and the rest of them would be off.
 

baseballfanz

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Yeah I'm in Houston. I work in SW Alief area during the day.

After work I'm in the Sugar Land area (Hwy 6/West Airport)
 

Alwaysbeingdumb

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[quote name='baseballfanz' date='11 March 2010 - 10:27 AM' timestamp='1268324849' post='156220']

Yeah I'm in Houston. I work in SW Alief area during the day.

After work I'm in the Sugar Land area (Hwy 6/West Airport)

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thats funny, I live in SW Alief and My dad lives on HWY 6 and west belfort. LOL
 

danielk

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yea there is a nice write up somewhere on here that tells what wire to use in the fuse box.....



maybe im just lazy but it works great i just hooked up a hella light kit on mine and used the power wire on the back of my headlight, just taped into it and BAM i got power when i turn it on haha i also have a relay and a switch though.......
 

baseballfanz

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[quote name='WindsorFox' date='13 April 2010 - 02:20 PM' timestamp='1271182811' post='156665']

Ok does anyone know right off a wire under the hood I can use to get 12V that comes on with the key? I'm kind of trying to avoid poking at a buttload of different wires :p



Here is mine with the self adhesive side shine....

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Came out good there. How's the output during the day?
 
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