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03-21-2008 01:22 PM
dwdrums801
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Originally Posted by Walkeraviator View Post
Get teh IPF sealed beam conversion and put small strobes in those. There is a guy here that has some fog lights that are red on teh bottom 1/4 that strobe but are regular fog lifgts on the top 3/4 and are mounted at his winshield frame. And you could just get a visor strobe if all else fails.
Thats an awsome idea, I want to get those headlights soon anyway....that might have to wait till the next couple pay checks though
03-21-2008 01:09 PM
dwdrums801
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Originally Posted by hardy1531 View Post
What about wig-wags in the fog lights, and some 3 LED lights in the grill?

some like these?

http://www.galls.com/style.html?asso...og&style=GR182

just an option. I know several guys on our department that have them in their front grill, and they are super bright with little cost.


Hardy



I think im going to give those a try.... in the grill, for the price there worth a try

and strobes in the blinkers, wig wags in the fog lights





(NOTE: Enough of the state laws crap, this thread is to share your ideas about lighting placement)
03-21-2008 04:47 AM
Walkeraviator yeah, its a state lwa. Additionally, its illegal in a lot of states to have red or blue neons inder your car because they can be confused for police or ems. And in New York it is illgal to have green neons, because of the highway guys who have green flashers
03-20-2008 09:39 PM
crafty www.pursuitproducts.com They probably have what you're looking for

I know there are some Search and Rescue teams out there that might be looking for some of these items also.
03-20-2008 03:26 PM
foxinthemudd
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Originally Posted by JeepersdoitDeeper View Post
I think that may be up to the individual state. All of our VFD $ 1st Res. guys here have always run red.
ok so sue me, I thought it was all 49 lower states that were illegal to run them. sorry for the info guys! I know in at least oregon and CA its illegal to run 'em.
03-20-2008 07:47 AM
JeepersdoitDeeper
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Originally Posted by foxinthemudd View Post
(blue and red are illegal in the states for on road use, just fyi)
I think that may be up to the individual state. All of our VFD $ 1st Res. guys here have always run red.
03-20-2008 07:36 AM
Walkeraviator Get teh IPF sealed beam conversion and put small strobes in those. There is a guy here that has some fog lights that are red on teh bottom 1/4 that strobe but are regular fog lifgts on the top 3/4 and are mounted at his winshield frame. And you could just get a visor strobe if all else fails.
03-19-2008 10:17 PM
4bangertj ive got a whelen mini strobe bar (12") above my rear view mirror. drilled it right into the windshield frame. its up and out the way but perfect height to get peoples attention
03-19-2008 10:02 PM
foxinthemudd I got a blue strobe in mine (blue and red are illegal in the states for on road use, just fyi) I love wheelin enginering's products. they are really a die hard company. if your lookin for somethin go with them in either a white or amber. I'll try and get a pic soon for ya.
03-19-2008 08:19 PM
hardy1531 What about wig-wags in the fog lights, and some 3 LED lights in the grill?

some like these?

http://www.galls.com/style.html?asso...og&style=GR182

just an option. I know several guys on our department that have them in their front grill, and they are super bright with little cost.


Hardy
03-19-2008 08:00 PM
bluvikng All it takes is money............
03-19-2008 07:42 PM
Tiburon you could wig-wag your fog lights. I've seen flashers that are small enough to install in your front corner signals. there is plenty of room behind the grill to put in some stand alone flashers in different colors. also the cut outs on the sides of your front bumpers look like a good spot to stick something.
03-19-2008 06:24 PM
dwdrums801 I was thinking wig wags in the lights but i want to be able to still have lights.... would you be able to put strobes in the g4 lighting housing?
03-19-2008 01:28 PM
JeepersdoitDeeper WigWags in the headlights
03-19-2008 12:59 PM
Jaxs1stJeep Ask these guys.


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03-19-2008 12:54 PM
dwdrums801
Emergency lights (firefighter/ 1st responder/ EMS)

Any one here have strobes or flashers? Looking for some ideas for the front of mine.

The back I have tail light/ reverse light flashers with 2 led lights in each to corner of the hard top that blink blue and white

I just didnt do anything to the front yet cause I dont have any ideas I like yet



(NOTE: I don't want to hear the opinions of all the people that hate volunteers because we put lights all over our cars, your opinion doesent matter, so save it!)

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