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    looks good man.

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    Looks good! I plan on putting some HID's in my truck. I just installed LED dome lights (check out the lighting forums).

    Also, glad to see another volley on the site. I'm a volunteer up here in NY. You a member of elightbars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ffdsmokeeater View Post
    Looks good! I plan on putting some HID's in my truck. I just installed LED dome lights (check out the lighting forums).

    Also, glad to see another volley on the site. I'm a volunteer up here in NY. You a member of elightbars?
    Of course... Been a member there longer than I have here... lol

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    Very nice, I should be getting mine in within the next two weeks. I went with 55W 5000k lows, and 35W 5000k fogs, I wanted the whitest light ever without having any blue or yellow involved

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    Quote Originally Posted by TritonBoulder47 View Post
    As in my emergency lights...?


    That is awesome. No one can say that they did not see you coming!

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    I love the HID upgrade, I did my low beams about 2 months ago, but went with 35w 6000k and they work great. I do have a question though, where do you get the lights for the side mirrors? I am not necessarily looking for strobes, but I want white (6000k) that I can turn on when out in the country?

    And I was thinking about upgrading to 55w balists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridyn View Post
    Very nice, I should be getting mine in within the next two weeks. I went with 55W 5000k lows, and 35W 5000k fogs, I wanted the whitest light ever without having any blue or yellow involved
    But since you went with 2 different wattages, the colors most likely won't match...


    Quote Originally Posted by nakranij View Post
    I love the HID upgrade, I did my low beams about 2 months ago, but went with 35w 6000k and they work great. I do have a question though, where do you get the lights for the side mirrors? I am not necessarily looking for strobes, but I want white (6000k) that I can turn on when out in the country?

    And I was thinking about upgrading to 55w balists.
    They are called MirrorBeams and they are made by Whelen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TritonBoulder47 View Post
    As in my emergency lights...?


    Holy camel dude. I don't think I have even seen an actual fire apparatus with all of that.
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    Oh well the Mirror beams from whelen have been discontinued for model years 2000-2005....:-( wonder were I can find a set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakranij View Post
    Oh well the Mirror beams from whelen have been discontinued for model years 2000-2005....:-( wonder were I can find a set.
    On an EMS vehicle, I suspect. Just how brave are you?

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