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Emergency & Warning Light Thread

Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by Mainefirefighter, May 6, 2010.

  1. Mainefirefighter

    Mainefirefighter New Member

    Show off your lights, Lightbars, Strobes, Sirens, Etc
  2. Mainefirefighter

    Mainefirefighter New Member

  3. Eddie Z71

    Eddie Z71 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Thats nice! Great looking lights! Thanks for the video!:glasses:
  4. unplugged

    unplugged Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Thanks for the video.:glasses:
    I'll have to scratch around and find a vid from last year. My rooftop rig blew off at 70mph.

    Ooh, went out and bought a replacement. LED Strobe.
    YouTube- strobe-2010-05-14-00-26-52
    Last edited: May 14, 2010
  5. s5belford

    s5belford Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Great vids! I wish I had a need to lights, but I'd probably just get myself into trouble
  6. TritonBoulder47

    TritonBoulder47 Rockstar 4 Years 500 Posts

    Well my first lighting package was very simple and minimal. It was on my '91 Z71 pick-up.
    Federal Signal Mini Vector on the roof, Federal Signal halogen flashers behind the tailgate and 2 Federal Signal SignalTech LED panels behind the grill...
    [​IMG]


    My next vehicle went through numerous statges...
    '95 Tahoe Z71 Custom
    Stage #1
    Federal Signal Mini Vector with rear flashers, 4 Whelen TIR-3's in the grill
    [​IMG]

    Stage #2
    Whelen 22" LFL 4 Strobe, 4 Whelen TIR-3's on the Pre-Runner Bar
    [​IMG]

    Stage #3
    Whelen 9622 Edge - 12 strobe-alley lights-take down lights- rear flashers, Whelen Dual Talon under the RVM, Whelen MirrorBeams with Whelen LIN-6's, 4 whelen TIR-3's on the Pre-Runner Bar
    [​IMG]

    Vid of Stage #3
    YouTube- My Tahoe w/ the New Lightbar


    And now my current vehicle. A 2003 Avalanche. This too went through a couple of stages...

    Stage #1
    Whelen Dual Talon in the windshield
    [​IMG]

    Stage #2
    Whelen Responder R2LP LED Mini Bar, 2 Whelen 700 Series Linear LEDs behind the grill, 2 Whelen TIR-3's between the bumper and tailgate.
    [​IMG]

    Stage #3
    Whelen 9622 Edge (same as above), 2 Whelen 700 Series Linear LEDs behind the grill, 2 Whelen TIR-3's between the bumper and tailgate, Whelen Dual Talon on the back window.


    [​IMG]

    Vid of Stage #3
    YouTube- 2003 Chevy Avalanche Z71 - Lighitng Package
  7. dano8928

    dano8928 Member

    lights look awesome!!!!
  8. Mainefirefighter

    Mainefirefighter New Member

  9. ryed

    ryed New Member

    Here are mine. I wanted LEDs that were clear when off. I travel through multiple states, and the laws for red lights are different in each state.

    The light inside the grill is from http://www.extremetacticaldynamics.com/

    The light bar is from http://www.ledoutfitters.com/

    There is also a Code 3 siren behind the grill to help move the people.

    Attached Files:

  10. TritonBoulder47

    TritonBoulder47 Rockstar 4 Years 500 Posts

    Techically it's doesnt matter what state you're traveling in, as long as it's a legal lighting package in the state the vehicle is registered in...

    I've traveled from PA to NC numerous times and never had any problems... And some of the states I drove through, the police use all blue, not blue and red...

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