wired wrote:That's the one I was thinking of. The red Ford F-150, 2 seater, 12v Power Wheel. I like to make sure. It has decals for tail lights right? Unfortunately I can't touch the $21 that Bruce is offering. It's time consuming and parts costs add up real quick. Just to give you an idea of what you might want, here is a kit I made for a Hurricane. Your dimensions would be close to the same. The pics do not do the light output justice.thats a nice kit, mine are only the lights with some pigtails so you need to do the connecting work hence the cheaper price
bruces_eviltwin wrote:my daughter actually makes ours, she uses the money to donate to cancer research in her moms memoryWow, that really is amazing. Please let me know what a kit for my Gaucho will cost for the headlights, fog lights, and tail lights. I'll be happy to purchase for this cause. (there is a ton of good info on this sight, I'm sure I'll figure out how to get everything wired up the rest of the way).
bruces_eviltwin wrote:i do simple kits for $21 you add switches and finish the wires viewtopic.php?f=29&t=12962&p=99970#p99968
Shane516 wrote:Awesome stuff, Wayne. I'll grab those bolts for the headlights. Can you recommend any specific strobe-type lights for the police lights?Sadly No, I dont have any personal experience with installing strobe lights but a quick search on Oznium's website i was able to find 2 options. There may be more but this was just a quick search.
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