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Old 31 May 2013, 18:09   #11
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I shoulda bought some and sold them on, or at least negotiated a commission!!
yah missed out Crusher!!!
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Old 01 June 2013, 03:12   #12
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I've got "submersible" led units on my trailer, if they're anything to go by you should try for a discounted job lot, you'll be replacing them fairly regularly.

I dont think water's getting in as they're resin filled but they still pack up after a season or 2
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Old 01 June 2013, 03:25   #13
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Old 01 June 2013, 15:42   #14
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I'm guessing that you'll need to put a resistor in series with the indicators to suit most modern cars with CanBus systems, otherwise you'll be travelling down the road looking like a demented disco ball
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I'm guessing that you'll need to put a resistor in series with the indicators to suit most modern cars with CanBus systems, otherwise you'll be travelling down the road looking like a demented disco ball
Those VOSA boys will be throwing some Bee Gees dance shapes when they realise they cant do you for a faulty bulb no more
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Received them yesterday impressed so made a bit to go with them for trailer mounting


These will fit over the trailer and fitted with pins to suit also sq number plates plus reflective stripe on bottom,
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Nice home workshop or a quiet day at the office?

That woodworm needs sorting though
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Nice home workshop or a quiet day at the office?

That woodworm needs sorting though
Allways find time at work if it evolves my own boat, perks of being the Boss lol

Yep woodworm is rife in the midlands
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... perks of being the Boss ...
In which case congratulate yourself on the cleanliness. Most fabrication shops in my experience look like sh$tholes
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In which case congratulate yourself on the cleanliness. Most fabrication shops in my experience look like sh$tholes
Nout wrong with a sh1thole specially when you know where everything is it's when others come in and start looking for stuff is when the trouble starts
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