April 4, 2008does anybody know of a good set of under carriage light for my s197 that is not to expensive.
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April 4, 2008If you go to a Ricer website they will gladly help you out for sure.
April 4, 2008OOOhhhhh, that was a punch in the junk. While I think the undercarriage lights are not my thing, I do agree that the import scene has these at every corner.
April 5, 2008Try this site...My brother-in-law uses them for the interior and for some exterior lights...they have all kinds of lighting...I actually eventually plan on going to them to upgrade my turn signals. The interior of the signal housings are black and you can't really see me signal so I was planning on getting some of their white LED's for them. They even have watertight housings for most of their LED and cold cathode kits.
Anyway here's the link to the website...
April 6, 2008I wouldn't even think of turning on neons while you're driving around - that's a sure ticket.
I'd keep it to evening or indoor shows where you can see the lights when they're on. We have a couple around here where you can do that.
SoCal94 <-- no lights. How about using the money to go to a track event? That's more my speed.
April 8, 2008believe it or not.. theyre leagal in TN or they were.. we used to see a ton of people from southern tn down here on weekends running them at night.. then they wanna whine about getting a ticket! lmao
April 9, 2008They are actually legal in the state of Kentucky as long as the light fixtures themselves cannot be seen and as long as the lights do not flash. I'm not sure how many other states have laws like this but according a local "Smokey" that is the law here.