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Old 03-31-2004, 09:38 AM
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I had the same lamps they will handle 100w bulbs but don't leave them on for more than 10 minutes or the reflective lens fries.
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:44 AM
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Are you guy's mounting the lights to the truck or to the housing? I was concerned about how the lights would line up if I hard mounted them to the roof.
I have taken the covers off and at some point Chevy defiantly intended for light to be there. There is the remnants of a mounting bracket and even an adjusting screw to adjust the beam up and down. I searched everywhere, through dealers and aftermarket guy's and no one has them. I even have a customer that builds truck bodies for emergency vehicles (paramedics, ambulance's etc.) and he had nothing that fit. Any ideas or details would be very helpful.
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How about this????


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This is actually Rambunctious here . my partner and I invented this product. It is patent pending. If we sell some , maybe I can afford an OSO postable account. . but for now Thanks Mike .....

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Old 03-31-2004, 11:20 PM
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In the past I had work lights mounted on a toolbox in the bed of my truck, a nice "friendly" police officer told me to cover or remove those lights or I would get a ticket. So check the law in your state about rear facing white lights.
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They cannot do anything if they are off , besides mine are not noticeable.

I see Tractor trailers with pairs of backfiring lights
and they have been know to turn them on, if you forget to dim your high beam
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OHH, So these rear facing lights are for loading and unloading boats, Sleds, ATV's and the such.....Damn , I thought they were for blinding the A-hole that leaves his high beams on!!!
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Damn , I thought they were for blinding the A-hole that leaves his high beams on!!!
that is a nice feature......

here is the new site. any comments?
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