Ok Who wants a New WhiteNight Backup light system? We Have a WINNER!!! Pikey!!!

Discussion in 'Contests & Giveaways' started by Enkeiavalanche, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Moderator

    Been thinking of the 3 Questions to ask Y'all.. 1 Something about this site or it's founder.. 2 Something about the Product you are about to win.. 3 Something about GM Trucks.

    Ok as most of you know I will be leaving for a trip over seas and will not have access to this site for a few days (Sun 9th to the 19th of Dec) So you will have 24 hr's to have the right answers, Or the first PM I get with the right Answers when I get back will win...

    Ok here it goes....Good luck to all....:great:


    (1) 2 parts.. (A) Who is the Founder of this site? His FULL Name.. (B) And what kind of Trucks has he owned?


    (2) 4 parts.. The WhiteNight Back up system is a Great way to light up the way behind you. (A) What kind of Co is this that makes the WhiteNight system? (B) What other products do THEY make? (C) What is the Founders Name? (D) How can you light up behind you?

    Are we having Fun yet??? :rofl:


    (3) 3 parts.. What Year was the first GMC Truck made? What was the Founder's Name's? And How were they Powered?

    Ok that should do it.. install_Avalanche2010.jpg Good Luck to all.... I'll be waiting..[​IMG]

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    Hows it going guys???
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  2. Didn't see to pm the answers. PM sent
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  3. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Moderator

    Ok I have gotten 2 replys so far only about 2/3 right.....:neutral: Close but not there yet.. [​IMG] Gotta go out for a while will check back later..

    Hints Check your INFO before you send PM....
  4. pmf608

    pmf608 New Member

    Well, my PM is in. It took a bit of research, but that was actually pretty fun.


  5. agreed. Was really cool looking at the old GM Truck and was surprised how it was powered too.

    good luck:great:
  6. Pikey

    Pikey Moderator

    It did take a lot of research. It was pretty cool to learn about the company and the trucks. Good luck Guys!
  7. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Moderator

    Ok it's Very Close... Between Pikey and FrigginNoodles it's so close... There is ONE Answer I'm looking for from the both of you.. And all it takes is a FLICK of a switch........to get your Brain's working.....:sign0020:

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    Ok here it goes....The right Answers... Congrats to Pikey Took him all day and about 10 Pm's to me but he got it..[​IMG]

    (1) 2 parts.. (A) Who is the Founder of this site? His FULL Name.. (B) And what kind of Trucks has he owned?

    (A) steve B (Will not post his True first name) (B) 02 Chevy Trailblazer LS (110K+ miles - loaded except for 4WD - WRECKED!)
    99 Chevy Cavalier LS (105K+ miles - commuter car)
    78 Chevy Suburban Silverado (454, 3/4 ton)
    62 GMC 3/4 ton Pickup (350 police interceptor)


    (2) 4 parts.. The WhiteNight Back up system is a Great way to light up the way behind you. (A) What kind of Co is this that makes the WhiteNight system? (B) What other products do THEY make? (C) What is the Founders Name? (D) How can you light up behind you?

    (A) Byers Precision Fabricators
    Byers Precision brings you excellence, experience and expertise in an always-expanding range of fabrication and laser processing services.

    (B) Founded by Paul Byers... (C) Besides the WhiteNight, They do all sorts of metal work, turning milling, laser cutting, anodizing, welding, fabricating.. (D)
    The White Night Toggle Switch: On the back side of the White Night unit there is a 3 position toggle switch. In one position, the White Night unit will activate when your ignition switch is on and the vehicle is placed into reverse. This is the position the switch should be left in for normal operation. The center position is off. If you place the toggle switch in the opposite position the unit will come on even with the ignition switch off. This allows you to use the light for many uses such as hooking up a boat trailer, changing a flat tire, or setting up camp in the dark.

    Are we having Fun yet??? :rofl:


    (3) 3 parts.. What Year was the first GMC Truck made? What was the Founder's Name's? And How were they Powered?

    (3) A,B,and C, Found this on the GM site..

    Editor’s Note: For more than 100 years, GMC pickups have hauled the loads that have helped keep America running. They’ve come in different shapes and sizes and with names that denote their capabilities. What do all those names and numbers mean? This first in an occasional series of “GMC Pickups 101” features explains the naming history of the fullsize pickup.
    DETROIT – When three truck builders – Randolph, Reliance and Rapid – merged to become GMC in 1912, the brand’s range of gasoline- and electric-powered trucks used model numbers between 1 and 12, each denoting payload in thousands of pounds, or how much weight could be loaded on the rear.


    Hope you all had fun and I am working on some other Give-A-ways Soon.... :glasses:


    Congrats again to :party: Pikey :party:
  8. Pikey

    Pikey Moderator

    Wow!! Thank you so Much!! I have been checking these out for some time now. Those questions were not as easy as I thought they were going to be. Yes, it did take all day, but well worth it. I am pretty excited right now. Thanks for doing another awesome lighting giveaway @Enkeiavalanche . Now, make sure that you have tons of fun and be safe in Europe. Take plenty of pics for us.
  9. RayVoy

    RayVoy Active Member

    Congrats Pikey :great:
  10. pmf608

    pmf608 New Member

    Congrats Pikey! I will mention that Enkei's winning answers are missing the 2010 Traverse LT that Steve just got recently though. Make sure you take pictures of the WhiteNight on your truck for us.

    And have fun in Europe Enkei. I saw your link to your cruise ship earlier... that looks like quite the boat.

    EDIT: I also didn't know until today that [MENTION=1]Steve[/MENTION] runs toyotatruckclub.com
  11. SurrealOne

    SurrealOne Former Member

    Congrats! :great:
  12. Congrats pikey!
  13. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Moderator

    For those that missed this one I am working on a new contest for when I get back... Keep an eye out for it soon...

    Glenn Enkeiavalanche
  14. Pikey

    Pikey Moderator

    My WhiteNite Backup light system arrived today! I don't think it could of gotten here any faster if @Enkeiavalanche drove it here himself. I will get it installed today and post a review. I have opened the box and checked things out, this thing looks awesome. I had my wife stop on her way home from work to pick up a 40amp fuse so I have constant power at the trailer harness. Will start the install when she gets home.
  15. Goldie

    Goldie New Member

    Pikey! Congratulations on your new light kit! I've had mine since last summer and would not be without it. I know you will enjoy having it. Just a sugestion from my install experience. Use a good product to seal EVERY seam, hole, wire access, etc. on the kit. So far I haven't had any problems with moisture getting into the unit. I used clear RTV in case you are interested.
  16. Pikey

    Pikey Moderator

    Thanks for the info. I used clear silicon caulk around the case where to 2 sides come together. I will crawl under there tomorrow and get the slot where the wire goes thru.

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    Here is the link to the review I wrote for the system: http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/sh...ht-Backup-Lighting-System?p=526870#post526870
  17. nikkeshelton

    nikkeshelton New Member

    I'm absolutely worthless when it comes to these contests but I like the backup lights. Where do I buy them at?
  18. SurrealOne

    SurrealOne Former Member

    [MENTION=53769]nikkeshelton[/MENTION], I'm surprised you're interested in them, as they're not in a 3+ year old thread and not made of carbon fiber.
    :lol:
  19. nikkeshelton

    nikkeshelton New Member

    Oh there's a little more to my truck than carbon fiber.
  20. SurrealOne

    SurrealOne Former Member

    I was mocking your tendency to comment on threads that have had no activity in years -- the latest of which was a carbon fiber thread.

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