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Old December 29th, 2011, 09:41 AM   #21
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You will look cool in the parking lot. LOL

I'm glad to see you didn't spend a lot of money on them.
My rig is a still a dd, so has to look good at the mall

Actually the parking lot is were they'll see the most use Not having a garage I'm hoping that these will help me see at night when wrenching. I also plan on putting some under the hood as the factory hood light is dim at best. The best part is the low draw from the LEDs I should be able to work on the truck all night and not have to worry about the lights killing the battery.


I agree on the price comment, if they weren't that cheap I wouldn't have bought them. I don't see the point of spending hundreds of dollars to look cool for about 5 minutes until you drag one over a rock.
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Old December 29th, 2011, 09:53 AM   #22
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I know they say WATERPROOF but they sure don't look like they are. Is that the exposes breadboard with the connections soldered to it?
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I'm assuming breadboard = circuit board? If that's the case then the lights are completely water proof, as there is a clear hard resin coating over the entire board. If you look closely you can see a glare from the flash.



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Did you leave these in series or cut and splice in more wire between lights? They seem awfully close to each other.
They are very close about 6" apart. But that leaves you with plenty of exposed wire to cut and splice extra wire to.
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