Emergency POV Lights

Discussion in 'Lighting & Illumination' started by 970tahoe, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. 970tahoe

    970tahoe GMFS Member

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    Here is the final setup for my POV lighting and a walk around video....

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  2. MeanGreenZ71

    MeanGreenZ71 is Bi-Winning and a

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    FGT.

    Looks good.
     
  3. 970tahoe

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    It's better than what that dude on carolinatruckscene has...he's running 26 lights on his bagged Tundra...that's way overkill..

    (PS...I hate you)
     
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    MeanGreenZ71 is Bi-Winning and a

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    If you or him are anything like a friend of mine, yall wack off to the strobe/led catalog. I swear a buddy of mine has so many strobes and flashing LED's on his F250 it looks like a spaceship coming down the road.
     
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    That first picture is so badass.
     
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    I do like lights, and wiring them and all...I've been hardwiring all the guys' on the Dept because they just have the dash light cord hanging...People do go way overboard and it is ridiculous. I like a nice clean Undercover look...enough lights to be seen, and then none to be seen when they're off :imo

    :shake: Thanks dude...
     
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    That truck is B-A forsure, you've done an awesome job to it the last couple weeks since you've had it. Those rims look perfect on there.
     
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    Thanks man...:shake:
     
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    looks good but not enough lights to safely maneuver through busy traffic :imo
     
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    Not to much "traffic" up here in the Mountains. It gets people's attention, the only other option for front facing lighting that I would use is a full length slick top visor light and maybe another set of grille lights. I have yet to get a straight answer from LEO as to what is acceptable for Hide-away leds. Some are telling me none at all, and some are saying red only. Wig-wags are illegal.
     
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    :worship::worship::worship::worship: Looks amazing man, thanks for the pm lol
     
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    No worries dude...glad you like
     
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    Your back axle is broken.
     
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    So I've been told...
     
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    HackMcMASTER the internet BADASS

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    I heard blue is for police vehicles only, but haven't got any flack for the blue HIDs yet
     
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    lowerc don't mind if I do

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    In Canada blue is for snow removal :rofljest:

    coppers have red and blue
     
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    jhosk87 Built, Not Bought

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    THis truck is so full of win.
     
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    Yeah Blue is strictly for Law Enforcement...You get caught with any type of blue emergency lighting and you will be super fucked....

    Down South it is Blue for Law Enforcement, Red for Fire.

    In Colorado red and blue for both, and Blue and yellow for snow removal.

    Thanks man....almost done with her..
     
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    HackMcMASTER the internet BADASS

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    So just blue HIDs won't get me super fucked ya?
     
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    It calls unwanted attention to you...so who knows, it might. Crazy temp HIDs are just asking for trouble :imo
     

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