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    I had to redo my lights since someone figured they needed my lights more than I did. Now I only have 2 6" lights on the grill. 2 6" lights on the hood. 2 6" lights on the roof(middle) 2 7" lights on the roof(outsides).



    96 Chevy Suburban with a 350. Pretty much stock for now. Mods to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldsteel1993 View Post
    I had to redo my lights since someone figured they needed my lights more than I did. Now I only have 2 6" lights on the grill. 2 6" lights on the hood. 2 6" lights on the roof(middle) 2 7" lights on the roof(outsides).



    pics.....pics....any pics.....

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    There were pics there 2 years ago, but this thread can be officially considered as "dead", as are the pics therein.
    Christopher

    1991 Chevy Suburban 1/2 ton 2WD w/ chevy SBC 350-3/4 ton drivetrain upgrade w/4.10 gears 200K miles
    2005 Saturn ION-2 Stock 265K miles
    1982 Bronco, 1993 Bronco (sold), 1971 M35A2 Deuce and a Half



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    I'm considering a painless wiring kit.

    Here's an older review. This unit has a manual switch.

    http://www.4wheeloffroad.com/techart...ery/index.html




    The unit the have now has no switches and is automatic.

    http://www.painlesswiring.com/webcat...rchField=40120

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    Quote Originally Posted by collinsperformance View Post
    depends on how you hook it up. you might get a longer lasting 12Volts or you might get 24 volts and burn stuff up. why do you want 2 batterys? if to have power and still be able to strat the truck after killing the battery then you got a couple ways to go. a battery isolator and run after market stuff to the 2nd battery. you can get a battery selector switch and eather select the battery when needed or add a 2nd alt to your motor to power keep charging the 2nd battery.
    ok in the motor home i got an isolator this will use one alt and charge 2 batterys
    in my Bronco i going to install a selector dial (like on a boat) so i can go any comb of connections i want. they are both cheap and easy to install......mike
    Pos to Pos Neg to Neg you can have 100 batteres this way (parallel wiring) and it will still be 12 volt,but very strongpos to neg pos to neg increases voltage.(series wiring) hence two in this manner would give you 24 volts which you dont want because it will make everything extremely bright, before it smokes

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