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Just wondering if anyone has ever used this bulb before... it looks weird, but unique... if only they have 7443 bulb for our stop light.....

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Just wondering if anyone has ever used this bulb before... it looks weird, but unique... if only they have 7443 bulb for our stop light.....
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They do have!!! check lower , the 3 arm model! not the 5 arm!! but 35 bucks for a [email protected]! je je! don't think soo!!!



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Cool idea, but too pricey.


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If it burnt out, how would you get it out?

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im sure its just sorta spring loaded so when you take it out you just pull it out and it folds on its own


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im sure its just sorta spring loaded so when you take it out you just pull it out and it folds on its own
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It is spring loaded like the thing you put behind drywall to hold a screw.
They just had them on Speed channel using them in a Mustang taillight. It didn't really show up on TV but the guys on TV were all sold on it.
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doesn't look like it would be all that bright


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It is spring loaded like the thing you put behind drywall to hold a screw.
They just had them on Speed channel using them in a Mustang taillight. It didn't really show up on TV but the guys on TV were all sold on it.
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innovative idea i like it but no real good use for the 6 , break lights are way to inportant to use dim leds .

and as for speedchannel guys being inpressed about one of the products they show . its because they get paid to use the product on the show most of the time

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LOL... yeah... the price is one thing i dont like.. and they are pricing it by EACH bulb... not pairs.... damn.... but i dont know whether they are in CAD or USD... as the company is in Canada... but oh well, it's just a thought.... if they have LEDs at the back as well, then i think it will make it very very bright....

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it says all prices are in US


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