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Old 01-12-2011, 11:30 PM
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Default Re: SafteyRack?

Quit bashing and taking flight, who cares what he puts on the damn thing, its HIS TRUCK.

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Old 01-13-2011, 05:17 AM
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You misunderstood what I meant, or I wrote it wrong... I meant take 4 of these lights, and put them on each side of each post. I strongly advise that you have intersection lights (the lights that face each side of the pickup), they create a better safety barrier. You wouldn't even have to put them on all 4 sides of each upright. Just one on the front of each bar, back of each bar, and one on the right side of the passenger bar, and on the left side of the driver side bar.
I'm sure he'd be happy to do that if you give the additional $100+ for another set of LED's facing the sides. I had side facing LED's on my front push bumper and they're very effective. But, it is another expense.

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Quit bashing and taking flight, who cares what he puts on the damn thing, its HIS TRUCK.

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Nobody is fighting. He's making suggestions to help. Calm down.


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since when did fire department use BLUE led's... sounds like a renta cop...
Lots of states are blue for volunteer FF's. Nothing out of the ordinary. Remember mine? Most of the lights were blue.
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Old 01-13-2011, 06:04 AM
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it's RETARDED.
Damn it.

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You misunderstood what I meant, or I wrote it wrong... I meant take 4 of these lights, and put them on each side of each post. I strongly advise that you have intersection lights (the lights that face each side of the pickup), they create a better safety barrier. You wouldn't even have to put them on all 4 sides of each upright. Just one on the front of each bar, back of each bar, and one on the right side of the passenger bar, and on the left side of the driver side bar.
I get what you mean now, dont worry these arent the only lights going on the truck
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Lots of states are blue for volunteer FF's. Nothing out of the ordinary. Remember mine? Most of the lights were blue.
In New Jersey you need to be at least Asst. Chief if you want to get a red light permit
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