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post #151 of 694 Old 06-29-2009, 08:04 AM
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I suggest delivering them in the raw
Can I at least get one of them trail rated buckles to wear? It doesn't have to be very big.


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Can I at least get one of them trail rated buckles to wear? It doesn't have to be very big.
You guys could have yellow rain slickers, hats, and galoshes made up to match your delivery scooters. Slogan: We deliver in a flash!!!
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You really want Blaine or Gerald riding up to your house on a yellow scooter in the raw??
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I'm interested in the street version.

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Can I at least get one of them trail rated buckles to wear? It doesn't have to be very big.
With a waist belt or would you prefer a clip-on

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post #156 of 694 Old 06-29-2009, 11:59 AM
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With a waist belt or would you prefer a clip-on
Depends on how small the clips are.

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post #157 of 694 Old 06-29-2009, 01:04 PM
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As much as you all like the idea, it won't happen. I refuse to force customers to advertise against their will.

I have hated logos cut into stuff from the first time I saw it and that has affected a few of my purchases. I'm almost certain I'm not the only one that feels this way.
I agree completely - though there is one that I always liked - the Spider logo from Poison Spyder Customs... I definitely hate when people cut in words like company names, etc.... Maybe you guys need a cool symbol...hmm Savvy...maybe a brain!

I agree they need to be avail in black somehow...good to hear you are taking that onboard. I'll be watching for the street legal version. Have you measured how much brighter these are than stock, if they are, indeed, brighter? The only real downside I see to these is that the stock housings are a great platform to set a beer down on so you do lose that functionality...and I am all about function over form! Price is a bit high but understandably justified... I probably wouldn't order them the day they are available...I need corners first...I wanted the PSC Crusher Corners but they went out of biz...now I am waiting to see if the new owners here in CA make them available again...my second choice was possibly the Genrights...but anyway, that is the subject for another thread. One last question - someone on this thread mentioned that the '97 TJs have a different wiring harness or something and asked if you would have a compatible harness for those for plug and play...and I never saw the answer to that question...I have a '97 so that would be a factor for me. I have never seen Blaine be so nice as he is on this thread...I think he must have tongue scars from biting it so much while replying here... Nice design, guys - keep up the good work!

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post #158 of 694 Old 06-29-2009, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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I believe the plug from the 97 are different than the later models. What I've been told is they are compatible with earlier models. Hopefully we'll be able to offer these to our YJ brothers!

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I love the LED over stock lights anyday-
I've had my eye on the Dotlites that Off Road Only has.
Anyone have these & how you liking them?
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post #160 of 694 Old 06-29-2009, 11:07 PM Thread Starter
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Here is a vid of the LEDs at night. There are very bright! Lousy point and shoot camera. I'll get the Nikon out tomorrow.

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Nice lights. I am interested in the street legal version as well.

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Here is a vid of the LEDs at night. There are very bright! Lousy point and shoot camera. I'll get the Nikon out tomorrow.
What I think would be VERY helpful is if you would be willing to park that Jeep next to another with the stock lighting for comparison.

I liked these when I first saw them, then thought "Meh, I'll just flush-mount round LED's" since I've always loved that look, but now these are growing on me. One less hole to cut in the tub, too. I'd love to see what they look like in the black finish, but I kind of don't mind the bare aluminum (and in south Texas salt and such marring the finish isn't an issue), even if it is a bit bling-y. I'm not working with a blacked-out base anyway.

In reality, I'll probably wait till the stock lights get broken off on a trail or something
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They look good. Now get the street ones done before my birthday
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What I think would be VERY helpful is if you would be willing to park that Jeep next to another with the stock lighting for comparison.

I liked these when I first saw them, then thought "Meh, I'll just flush-mount round LED's" since I've always loved that look, but now these are growing on me. One less hole to cut in the tub, too. I'd love to see what they look like in the black finish, but I kind of don't mind the bare aluminum (and in south Texas salt and such marring the finish isn't an issue), even if it is a bit bling-y. I'm not working with a blacked-out base anyway.

In reality, I'll probably wait till the stock lights get broken off on a trail or something
Black is on its way!

Mine nearly getting ripped off at the Hammers was my primary motivation for these lights.

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As soon as these are available in black and street legal, I'll purchase em'. Nicely done.

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