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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 06-06-2005, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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Let there be light!

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wow that is too bright ..So what did u get and how did u do it?
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led bar?

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It&#39;s a set of 12" florescent bulbs wired into the wiring for the trunk light.
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Originally posted by otaking71@Jun 7 2005, 04:48 PM
It&#39;s a set of 12" florescent bulbs wired into the wiring for the trunk light.
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Damn dude...thats a lot of light..

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What if you just replace the bulb for a brighter one? What is the bulb called?
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that&#39;s one way to do it...Personally I would put in an LED bar...


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So, is this how you pay for the car?
Put a mobile grow-op in the trunk?

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Originally posted by otaking71@Jun 7 2005, 09:48 PM
It&#39;s a set of 12" florescent bulbs wired into the wiring for the trunk light.
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and i thought our car only accepts 12v? and i think that light accepts 110v??? or you have an inverter?

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In my moms camry i had removed the stock trunk light and wired in a 12 inch white neon harnessed on the underside of the deck, bright, soft and not too blinding to the eyes at night when you look elsewhere.

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