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Discussion in 'AutoMoGlow.com' started by Automoglow, Jul 19, 2011.
Customer used Green flex strips. The picture is during the day. Still waiting on night shots
THAT'S LOOKS SWEET! How hard was it to wire up??
I Want!!!! only question...any neon lights in orange?
To the battery and the run it to a switch so you can turn it on and off
heres what we call amber/orange in the flex and ribbon
Yeah, running one of these is pretty simple. Helped a friend of mine do it. The strips were sticky on one side, so we stuck them to the inner part of the grill, ran the wires to the battery, and then to a switch in the cab. Probably took about 45 minutes, if that.
think you could do a how to on it?
Probably. It was on a Colorado, but I imagine I could just take pictures of my car where we put certain things, or just explain it.
pictures an an explanation be great.
thanks for any help you can provide. ill be installing as soon as you post it
Can't wait for payday, cause I'm picking some of these up!
On a side note, what size strips would I need for the grille?
i think he will post it in the DIY with some pictures maybe?
fingers crossed hah.:updown:
The customer used a 38" strip for this application.
its not much to have it professionally done lol.
like 100 bucks installed
Definitely not worth $100 though.
Lol. I think it may be.
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yeah i think it is underglow is like 150 so grill has gotta be close to that