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Old 02-10-2006, 10:37 PM   #21
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im going to get the 50watt ones for mine, i want to blind people when i back up
just be careful...they will create a LOT more heat and therfor puts the housing at risk for warping/melting.
Who stays in reverse long enough for a lot of heat to build up?
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im going to get the 50watt ones for mine, i want to blind people when i back up
just be careful...they will create a LOT more heat and therfor puts the housing at risk for warping/melting.
Who stays in reverse long enough for a lot of heat to build up?
showing them off and forget...trouble shooting electrical problems...a 50 wat bulb will make a lot more heat than the stock ones (35 I think)
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i never backup for more then 30seconds at one time, soo i think i whould be fine

but ya if someone does do that they might start worping something
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here is a good picture of what you are looking at when you take the TL appart...thank GonneVille.







you can see how the red and amber are one piece.
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Of course you can! Crack em open, rip out the yellow and Silcone them back up!

I like what you did to those lights. I wish I could be brave and do my fronts...
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im just going to cut the yellow out with a dremmal and leve the red, then im going to get red LEDs and use them
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ooo one thing, how hard is it to crack them open, do they just snap apart or do i need to do some cutting or something?

what did you guys use?
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here is a good picture of what you are looking at when you take the TL appart...thank GonneVille.







you can see how the red and amber are one piece.
I actually like that too...
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ooo one thing, how hard is it to crack them open, do they just snap apart or do i need to do some cutting or something?

what did you guys use?
outters just crack open. use a hair dryer to ease the process.
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ooo one thing, how hard is it to crack them open, do they just snap apart or do i need to do some cutting or something?

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outters just crack open. use a hair dryer to ease the process.
cool thanks
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