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Old 12-24-2009, 03:12 PM
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Default Undercover Strobe Tube Placement

I have a 6 outlet strobe supply with 4 strobe tubes and I'm going to be putting them in the truck. I was thinking two in the front corner lights and two in the taillights. One of my questions was about the headlights/corner lights - The headlights seem pretty 3-Dimensional on these trucks, so when you drill the holes, you just find the spot you want and just drill? By looking at the headlight design, it seems like you'll actually end up drilling through at least two walls of plastic to get the tube completely through. I hope my question's kinda' clear... lol

Anyone have close up of the strobe tubes mounted in their headlights / corner lights so I can get an idea of where to drill mine? I'd rather not mess up a pair of expensive headlights.


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