Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by Mainefirefighter, May 6, 2010.
Show off your lights, Lightbars, Strobes, Sirens, Etc
Thats nice! Great looking lights! Thanks for the video!:glasses:
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.
Great vids! I wish I had a need to lights, but I'd probably just get myself into trouble
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...
My next vehicle went through numerous statges...
'95 Tahoe Z71 Custom
Federal Signal Mini Vector with rear flashers, 4 Whelen TIR-3's in the grill
Whelen 22" LFL 4 Strobe, 4 Whelen TIR-3's on the Pre-Runner Bar
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
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...
Whelen Dual Talon in the windshield
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.
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.
Vid of Stage #3
YouTube- 2003 Chevy Avalanche Z71 - Lighitng Package
lights look awesome!!!!
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.
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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