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Old 06-08-2010, 03:32 PM
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i have put as many lights as i feel comphortable with one battery, tachometer, amp meter, new sound system, 2'' body lift, side exhaust and a flash light holder.. anything else i could do besides a bull bar, biger tires and whips? im out of school and have nothing else to do really..


 
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Old 06-08-2010, 04:32 PM
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Fix your driver's side reverse light Haha just playing. First question is: what do you want out of the vehicle? HP, better fuel economy, show car, mud buggy/trail truck, etc.

Nice 1st Gen S10 Blazer btw!
 
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u shood def give me some details on those headache lights how much, where, and how did u mount them they look kick *** i want them on my 91

o btw a sweet thing to do is (assuming u have an amp with urr sound system) is to pull out urr heater vents and put led lights in them then run ropelights or chirstmas lights watevr all round hook them up to where u wood hook up urr subs on the amp and then wenevr the bass pounds they flash as long as u use leds they wont burn out and and it doesnt put and stress more stress on urr battery cuz its bing powered by urr amp anyway
 
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Wow that is a lot of lights lookin good btw.
 
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the lights on top are 4" spot lights mounted on a homemade light bar out of diamond plate, the 2 bigger ones are 7 inch car head lights with sylvaina inserts (dont recall what they are called) homemade diamond plate holder, one by the miror is a rectangle spot light with 100 watt bulb, one by license plate is a fog light, 2 back up lights are tractor lights, i put 2 more rectangular ones on the front bumper. ill get pics up latter of all the swittches and such, total i think it cost me $20 for all the diamond plate, 150-200 for lights, 20 for switches/ wires and i have a 200 amp alternator commin in the mail
 
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Must be like daylight in the bush. Around my city you could roll up on meth-heads in the alleys downtown and blind them, or spot them out with the spotlight in stairwells. Looks cool I hope you dont cruise around with all of them on on the streets.
 
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i use the lights for farming, coon hunting, blinging A holes that leave their brights on, fishing, setting up goose decoys in themorning and somethin fun to do!
 
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Coon hunting, what kind of dogs do you have? We used to raise redbones up in Maine. My stepdad was pretty good in his younger days, went to some world cup kind of thing in Canada twice. I think he finished 24, and 25 or something like that. Anyway, fun sport but we don't have raccoons over here in Norway.
 
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