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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
not gonna lie thats awkward
Oh yes quite a few things in the works for this year if I ever find what I want and have time to look-they will all be used nothing much new I don't think
By the job, I estimate how much I will use and how long it will take to put down then come up with a total price.
I just sat down and counted 46
ya me too, ya I find stuff all the time nothing too much of intrest though, maye the sunglasses came fromt the infant you found? hahah
On a side note we were doing a lawn last week and I was trimming a back hill and hit a dead raccoon not to old with the trimmer made be jump quite a bit!
ahaha thats Timmy for ya!
nice no infants yet?
LOL, I obliterated a nest of baby bunnies with a trimmer last year and got guts and blood all over the front window of a house...luckily nobody was home so I just grabbed a hose! Oops.
Nope not yet luckily!
I have came close to getting bunnies nests but never got them yet, I would feel pretty bad probably
the worst i've hit was a snake and I chopped it in half. When I was spreading mulch a few weeks ago I found a frog inside the mulch in the truck.
Snakes I hate them! I chase them with the mower lol
Okay Brad, I've seen some of your videos on youtube with your truck's warning lights...pretty awesome might I add. I want to install some Whelen TIR3's (about 8 total) around my truck and then hook them up to a switch box in the cab. How hard is it to wire all the LED lights together. They seem fairly simple and I'm pretty sure I can get one of my buddies who knows way more about wiring than I do, to help me get it all wired up (or I can bring it to my mechanic but I'd like to save a little money and do it myself). Any advise or tips? Feel free to PM me if you'd rather.
Basically I don't want anyone to really notice the LED's until I flip them on. I hate not having any warning light(s) on my truck when backing into driveways on busy roads.
Haha thanks, well they each have a wire to sync them together so if you want them all on one switch you just wire them all together with the sync wire and a positive/negative. They also have a pattern wire some people don;t but I ran that wire to a separate switch to be able to change the pattern any time.
You can sync them a number of different ways like four for the front on one switch and four in the back on another switch. Just alot of wires to run etc. I am by no means an expert when it comes to wiring-wiring can be frustrating.
They have a set of directions and I just took my time lasts summer and wired them up. You have to think where exactly you want to mount them though there is not a whole lot of places to hide them though. I would look at the whelen led stobes for the back maybe. Some tir3s for the front and something in you back window
bosetti what are you going to buy