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|11-16-2014 08:58 PM|
|scott42||Time will tell! I still have the original lights if there needed. Or I can just remove them all together for inspection then put them back on afterwards. But I dont think there going to be an issue here in texas.|
|11-16-2014 08:28 PM|
most of the aftermarket LED signals (and replacement bulbs such as 1156/57, ect) are not DOT legal. usually not bright enough, although some are very bright, but may have a narrow field of 'view'
there are a lot of requirements that need to be met to carry them 3 magic letters
|11-16-2014 05:58 PM|
Originally Posted by kc2dgq View Post
|11-16-2014 05:48 PM|
|scott42||That pic didnt load, there actully red. Ill see if I can get another pic of them.|
|11-16-2014 05:36 PM|
they look white on the photo of them lit up.
What color are they actually when lit?
You did a nice job with the mounting plate BTW...looks good!
They are a little small for my personal taste, but if you are happy with them and they are DOT approved (legal), then that's all that matters.
|11-16-2014 03:20 PM|
heres a few more.
|11-16-2014 03:17 PM|
LED turn signal lights install
I finally got my LED lights in, I orderd them about three weeks ago on EBAY, they shipped from china. There really nice looking lights, the case is made from solid steel and are kinda heavy. They are super bright! I bought two reds for the rear and two ambers for the front. I spent the night lastnight making mounting brackets so I could mount them in the same location as the originals were in without drilling and tapping unnessary holes in my bag mounts. I think they turned out really nice, what do you guys think?
this is the light right out of the package.
This with them mounted and lit up on flashers.
this is the rear all finished up and time to start the front lights.