That sounds like a MUCH easier way of doing it. Thanks.
Right now I'm just gunna use em as signals until I have time to hook them up as drls as well
Thats what I said when I believe Mralexsays suggested that. Cant remember if it was in his how to or in a separate post.
Essentially,theres 3 tabs that poke outwards on the stalk that you want to break off so that it can be flipped upside down and still be able to be wedged bacc in. If you pull the stalk out,you'll notice that theres like a triangle type point,that if installed correctly from factory will point down. After the tabs are broken the stalk will be installed with the triangular point facing up to reverse the polarity for the leds to work.
Hopefully you'll get around to wiring up the drl's or else you'd just have some very expensive turn signals.lol.
I,myslef,have been thru maybe 3 pairs of switchbaccs before finding a pair that closely matched the color of my parking/city lights. Each set before I believe only got used for like a couple weeks max before I found the ones Ive been running now.
1st set was some high power type 1 samsung led switchbaccs.Very frkn bright but the white didnt match my parking lights. 2nd set was a pair of superbrightleds 5k type 2s that also didnt match.3rd set was a pair of superbrightleds 6k type 1 that,unfortunately,did not match either.The current set Im running now are from ebay that I was luccy to find. It was an auction for 2 pairs of type 2 switchbacc COB leds with projector lens and well,it was as close a match I could find and was happy with. Matches my parking lights and custom made switchbacc sidemarkers almost perfectly.
So now I have 4 pairs of switchbaccs sitting in my trunk,in a ziploc bag,in a tool poccet of a tool bag for whatevers.lol.