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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-12-2004, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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I was thinking!! If posting the video doesn't work on the forum which it should but i'm not sure how, you can post it on your website. That might be a little easier. It is totally up to you.
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Well i dont think you can upload videos here... Other members have asked how to post but not sure how they did it...

I think pics are only allowed

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I know that i have seen other members upload videos. I asked one of the members that uploaded a video to tell me how they did it so when they answer me i will let you know. Like i said before if you know how to put them on your website that would be good. It really wouldn't matter. I just want to see how they look on the car!
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Bulbs has 7440 and 7443 bulbs. The only difference between the two is one is single filament and the other is double.


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If the video is relatively small, I will host it. Send an email to [email protected] if you want me to host it.

EDIT: Also, I forgot to mention, you guys might look into 7440 LEDs that are clear but blink red. They are really hard to find but I think they exist. After I get my HIDs installed I am going to replace all my other lights with LEDs.


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Bulbs has 7440 and 7443 bulbs. The only difference between the two is one is single filament and the other is double.
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I think you are mistaken. I could be wrong, but I think the plastic bit that goes into the electrical outlet on the 7443 is longer than the 7440. The difference you are describing sounds like 7443 vs. 7443B or something like that. Of course I could be wrong but I am almost certain that the 7443 is longer than the 7440 and I don't know if it would work.

I have replaced the rear turn signals in my car several times with 7440 without any problems.


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I think you are mistaken. I could be wrong, but I think the plastic bit that goes into the electrical outlet on the 7443 is longer than the 7440. The difference you are describing sounds like 7443 vs. 7443B or something like that. Of course I could be wrong but I am almost certain that the 7443 is longer than the 7440 and I don't know if it would work.

I have replaced the rear turn signals in my car several times with 7440 without any problems.
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You know... I decided to do a search after I made the post. There is tons on this issue. Seems people have used both. Hard to tell what is the correct size. Although everything points to 7443, such as the Sylvania site. The link I had posted tells ya the difference between the 7440 and 7443.

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Originally posted by CopperHead@Nov 16 2004, 08:20 PM
You know... I decided to do a search after I made the post. There is tons on this issue. Seems people have used both. Hard to tell what is the correct size. Although everything points to 7443, such as the Sylvania site. The link I had posted tells ya the difference between the 7440 and 7443.
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I noticed that the Sylvania site said 7443 and was kind of confused. One thing I will say is that the 7440s are really hard to get into the outlet. You have to push really hard, almost so much that it feels like the bulb is going to break in your hand. If people have successfully used 7443 I would like to know... since I think it is possible to find 7443 red LEDs and they might be easier to replace...


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Well sorry for the delay guys for the video and pics...My brother in-law bought a digital camera so i will take pics for you guys...

and i got 7443 and they fit nice no struggling whatsoever

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