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Old 11-15-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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The light is an upcoming "Special Purchase" at Princess Auto, which means it is usually an item that is not normally stocked and on sale until supplies last.

I see some potential for using some but I'm wondering if it is battery powered or 12V or 120V?



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Old 11-15-2008, 05:54 PM   #2
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....'kinda, sorta' looks to me NOT to be 12V or 110 but prolly a coupla double ehs, LOL!!

I have to go past our local P/A on Monday, IF I can remember, I'll swing in a scope it out.
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Thanks Doug,

If it requires a couple of Eh's or Sea's we can MacGuyver some voltage regulation and hardwire them to the 12V system (ala Peter). I was thinking they might be nice for lighting up the insides of cabinets.

I bought 16 of the clear LED marker lights online last sale thinking they would be good for inside the cabinets. There was no mention of the LED's being red.

They've also got this neat new $20 folding step (on pg 27 of the flyer) that slips over your tire. I think it would be nice for the pickup, but it also might work on our trailers.



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[quote]They've also got this neat new $20 folding step (on pg 27 of the flyer) that slips over your tire. I think it would be nice for the pickup, but it also might work on our trailers.


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I've used this in several different shops now for working in the engine compartment of trucks (big & small) as well as windshield and cowling work. Make sure it is the size you need for the tire size of your truck, and allways make sure that your vehicle is in park with the wheels chocked. Trust me on this it's a quick ride down when least you are expecting it.
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Hi: Roy... The step seems a good idea but I wouldn't be able to lift much into the box due to the weight allowance!!! I guess there's always "Weight Watchers". Now about those marker lights... Wouldn't they work in the "hood"???
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Now about those marker lights... Wouldn't they work in the "hood"???
Alf,
I guess you'll never believe me till you see it for yourself ... you have to visit my "hood" one day. The only red lights the local "rent-a-wrecks" are cognizant of is the glow of a crack pipe or the top of a police vehicle.
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I guess you'll never believe me till you see it for yourself ... you have to visit my "hood" one day. The only red lights the local "rent-a-wrecks" are cognizant of is the glow of a crack pipe or the top of a police vehicle.
And the movie it inspires has to be "Bolers in the Hood."
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