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Great. Did you solve the hyper flash with the headlights on?
I was editing my post to include that when you responded....

It sounds like you've got a wire mis-connected/misplaced...I have no hyperflash issues, but did need to use a load resistor.
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I believe everything is wired correctly. Everything works like it should. I think the extra load by having the lights on makes it happen. What kind of load equilizer did you use? The ones I bought espically made for this kind of thing are stamped 25 watt 6.2 ohms. I will wait for your write up later on and see if I can figure it out.
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I believe everything is wired correctly. Everything works like it should. I think the extra load by having the lights on makes it happen. What kind of load equilizer did you use? The ones I bought espically made for this kind of thing are stamped 25 watt 6.2 ohms. I will wait for your write up later on and see if I can figure it out.
When he posts up his write up, which I have read and won't steal anyone's thunder, you can make sure you've got it right.

I am still on the fence about this because of the overall cost...I still have to pickup parts even after blowing $400. Maybe I should wait for more to pop up on ebay like the headlights did.
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I didn't spend anymore on parts. I just cut the harness off about 4-5" back and spliced it in. A little trial and error to find out what wires matched up since the colors are all white one the LED side and all different colors on the other side
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The write up is posted!

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=133384

You don't technically *need* to make a jumper harness if you are comfortable cutting into your trucks wiring. I don't like cutting into OEM wiring, so I made a jumper harness....but your truck, your rules!
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lol id rather have after market tails for that price they are brighter then stock thats kinda high
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say your before and after and all i can say is mine are painted to match my truck and are after market led and are way brighter and did not cost 400 with paint
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lol id rather have after market tails for that price they are brighter then stock thats kinda high
Ours are pretty bright in person. The pics may not show how bright they are. I like the fact they they have a neon look to them instead of individual LEDs. I can't speak for your aftermarket lights but a lot are of a lower quality. Some end up leaking water into them and the plastic is a lot thinner and overall cheaply made compared to OEM. These are really high quality and I don't see these having any issues. Anyway yours look good too
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