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Old 01-24-2013, 08:01 AM   #1
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I have my halo lights wired into the "half pull" but I hate having the orange part of the light (outer bulb for turn signals) coming on also. Is there a way to keep the halo's on the half pull but wire the individual bulbs that make the orange light onto to "full pull"?

And also...to kill two birds with one stone. While I'm screwing around with wires and stuff I'm gonna go ahead and install fogs. Anybody have any suggestions as to which ones to get. I'll probably end up with the ones from AM unless I get suggestions otherwise. Thanks in advance
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:49 PM   #2
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ebay or am fogs are fogs....best way to wire them is to the ambers by the way for the half pull and full pull...
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Got mine from amazon.
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I have my halo lights wired into the "half pull" but I hate having the orange part of the light (outer bulb for turn signals) coming on also. Is there a way to keep the halo's on the half pull but wire the individual bulbs that make the orange light onto to "full pull"?

And also...to kill two birds with one stone. While I'm screwing around with wires and stuff I'm gonna go ahead and install fogs. Anybody have any suggestions as to which ones to get. I'll probably end up with the ones from AM unless I get suggestions otherwise. Thanks in advance
I think they look amazing!
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Black out the ambers? Not completely though
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:24 AM   #6
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I think they look amazing!
Thanks bud!

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Black out the ambers? Not completely though
Ooo I like that... Any suggestions on how to smoke them. Rustoleum has a smoke spray but don't know if its any good
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Ooo I like that... Any suggestions on how to smoke them. Rustoleum has a smoke spray but don't know if its any good
There's this nightshade spray they sell at some auto parts stores. I've heard it being called nightshade but that may just be a brand name. It sprays like paint but it sprays a layer of clear black plastic. If I remember correctly. The halos look sick though. Where'd you buy them?
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Its called VHT NightShade I found it at O'Reillys
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Old 01-25-2013, 04:07 PM   #9
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I seem some light tint aerosol at Walmart. It was rustoluem. It was like 11 buck I think

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I have also used night shade an that stuff is great. The only thing is that you might want to eat some kinda clear coat cuz it will fade after a while but all I did was place two more light coats and it looked new again. I do live in Vegas and the sun can be pretty killer so you might not have that problem.
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There's this nightshade spray they sell at some auto parts stores. I've heard it being called nightshade but that may just be a brand name. It sprays like paint but it sprays a layer of clear black plastic. If I remember correctly. The halos look sick though. Where'd you buy them?
Sorry for the late reply: I got them off eBay from a company called spec d tuning.
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Look into LED Switchbacks. With your running lights on it'll just be a white led but when you hit your blinker it'll flick between white and orange. YouTube it up
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I definitely will. Thanks for the tip
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