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Old 11-17-2003, 09:05 PM   #11
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They're just two 10" Lite Glows. I've had them on for almost a year now and no problems with leaks or temperatures.
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Lite Glow, aren't they affiliated with street glow? Do you know any national distributers that they might have? Thanks, and the neons look great!
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Just check out some local audio shops where you live, they'll probably stock some sort of neons. As for affiliations,
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Ok thanks. This sounds like what I am going to get it is a compay called OPTX and they are owned by street glow. Description:
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Our famous accent tubes are available in 10", 15" and 20" lengths. These are the all time favorites and are the original vehicle interior bulb kits. Great for every angle in your automobile thirsting for glow. Perfect for under dash, under seats, in the engine compartment, speaker boxes, almost anywhere imaginable. Each kit comes complete with mounting hardware, installation instructions and a 1 year warranty (excludes breakage). Each tube comes standard with a cigarette lighter adapter for immediate use or it can be eliminated for permanent installation.
I think that I am going to go and pick these up tomorrow, I'll let you know how they work out, thanks again!
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optx or Streetglow are the way to go, optx is carried by best buy, advance auto, ummm you can also get some at autozones (those are made by quest) Circuit city carries a brand called eurolite. theres lots of them out there
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Street Glow & Lite Glow are the same company but different grades. Lite Glow is the more affordable line than Street Glow. Get the Gold series if you are going with Street Glow. These are one of the more brighter neons out there, especially for undercarriage neons. Not sure about Varad havent seen them in person but they have more options that you can do with their LED neons than you can with anybody elses.
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Street Glow & Lite Glow are the same company but different grades. Lite Glow is the more affordable line than Street Glow. Get the Gold series if you are going with Street Glow. These are one of the more brighter neons out there, especially for undercarriage neons. Not sure about Varad havent seen them in person but they have more options that you can do with their LED neons than you can with anybody elses.
no SG and OPTX are the same, OPTX being more value priced

Liteglow is the same as Lowglow.


http://www.streetglow.com says "StreetGlow'* capacity is enhanced in 2003 with the addition of a 150,000 square foot state of the art distribution facility in Atlanta, Georgia. Sales and Marketing has relocated to a new 25,000 square foot office/distribution facility that adjoins the StreetGlow'* administrative headquarters located on its corporate campus in Wayne, New Jersey. Manufacturing continues to be based in the company'* production and tooling facilities located in Mainland China."



http://www.liteglow.com/
Liteglow industries is headquartered out of a 40,000 sq ft facility in Pompano Beach, Florida. The scope of our facilities is growing everyday as we expand. Most recently with the addition of our upgraded research and development department and Lowglow factory. Other upgrades are soon to follow, all to improve our customer service to you.

only thing they share is a membership in SEMA
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Nevermind I was thinking of Blue line & Gold Series. I installed a pair of Lite Glow undercarriage kit with the transformer built inside of the tube. No where near as bright as the Gold Series line. Pretty close to the Blue line though.
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Nevermind I was thinking of Blue line & Gold Series. I installed a pair of Lite Glow undercarriage kit with the transformer built inside of the tube. No where near as bright as the Gold Series line. Pretty close to the Blue line though.

yea, i had a set of red lowglows on my old s10. and then my buddy got a gold series red for his car and i about cried.. lol i have my plasmaglows now but now they make some like 2million color LED kit... its like $800 i want it bad tho.. it looks WICKED from the video....
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2 million colors is a lil bit to much for me, as well as the $800. Now if I had them as a sponsor that would be a different case.
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