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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: DirtDriver] #858963
01/10/08 07:34 PM
01/10/08 07:34 PM
Baldy  Offline
Mudrunner
Joined: Nov 2005
Posts: 259
California
Gay

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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: Baldy] #858964
01/10/08 08:12 PM
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CapnCrunch  Offline
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Oh, I forgot to mention: they don't help one iota when you're driving into a head-wind. They're like big sails.


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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: CapnCrunch] #858965
01/10/08 11:42 PM
01/10/08 11:42 PM
fasteddy  Offline
Web Wheeler
Joined: Jan 2001
Posts: 13,649
Helen , GA *****
Man, if you'd just turn the lights around, you could use them as a photon drive and go green...

And the Cibie's would look like French boobs mounted that way.


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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: fasteddy] #858966
01/11/08 02:23 AM
01/11/08 02:23 AM
rxinhed  Offline
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Gerber, CA *****
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...the Cibie's would look like French boobs mounted that way.


Ooh la la!! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: rxinhed] #858967
01/11/08 04:34 AM
01/11/08 04:34 AM
DirtDriver  Offline OP
Mudrunner
Joined: May 2007
Posts: 435
San Diego, CA
Ahh, excellent, perfect! That stupid idea has been successfully wiped from my cranium.

Extra points to Hazy for eloquence and Baldy for summing it all up in one concise, three letter word. The logical responses were helpful too!

Thank you all for your support.


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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: DirtDriver] #858968
01/11/08 01:31 PM
01/11/08 01:31 PM
hazy_daze  Offline
Roll Me Over
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Athens, Georgia *****
*takes a bow after said poetic waxing*












Wait, did that sound gay? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


Fasteddy's advice is occasionally sound...
Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: hazy_daze] #858969
01/11/08 06:36 PM
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CapnCrunch  Offline
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Wait, did that sound gay? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


Um...yeah.


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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: CapnCrunch] #858970
01/11/08 07:01 PM
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hazy_daze  Offline
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Wait, did that sound gay? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


Um...yeah.


Crap.










Now, where did I put the therapist's number? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


Fasteddy's advice is occasionally sound...
Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: hazy_daze] #858971
01/11/08 11:49 PM
01/11/08 11:49 PM
87Raider_TSI  Offline
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Joined: Dec 2006
Posts: 233
Philadelphia, PA
Just to further beat a dead horse, I have heard that in some states the local DOT laws don't allow for roof mounted lights (I believe WV is an example) and most of the rest require them to be covered.

I'm not sure how the Liberty is exempt, but it would suck to add insult to injury having those crappy lights on your roof and then to get ticketed.


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Re: Please talk me out of this... [Re: DirtDriver] #858972
01/12/08 03:09 AM
01/12/08 03:09 AM
Macka  Offline
Rock Warrior
Joined: May 2004
Posts: 927
in the eye of lake superior
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Jeep Liberty light bar.

Indignant responses questioning my state of mental health, gender preference, parental lineage, etc., would all probably be very effective.


If you need assistance in figuring all that out, you really need professional help anyways so I won't waste time typing it out. The best placement for lights is on the bumper, behind a bushbar far enough to protect them from big stuff. Also having protection for stones and rocks is good too, but not the plastic covers, all they do is get the airflow off the light and shorten the bulb life. Another thing to take into consideration is not having too many lamps blocking airflow to the rad. Stock lighting is OK, but if you are electrically savvy, you can run larger guage (ie 8 or 10 G) wire from a relay for both high and low beams coming from your column switch. This gives you a lot more power to the bulbs, and consequently better lighting, meaning less auxilliary lighting. I was running 2 pencil beams and 2 fogs. The pencils were aimed for lighting beyond the hi beam pattern, and the fogs were set up between hi and lowbeam. I never ran the fogs and pencil beams together, never had the need, and I've seen people forget to turn one bank of lights off and blind oncoming drivers.


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