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post #41 of 50 (permalink) Old 06-02-2019, 05:58 PM Thread Starter
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Also they shine like shit. Looks terrible.. Threw them out.
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Well, that's Fleabay...
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Sorry to hear your lights didn't work the way you wanted. Cheap stuff on ebay can be hit or miss, but i have had success with leds from ebay on many occasions.

I used 3M tape Intuit already mentioned to stick both my led halos inside my housing and my led turn signal light strips with success for over a year. Nothing has come loose, although i imagine one day it will. The 3M tape alows me to remove a light if it goes bad without possible damage to the housing, and i dont have any unneccessary screw holes either. Hot glue was an idea i had, but i was afraid vibration would cause my lights to fall off, so i chose the 3M tape.
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Where did you get the 3M tape and was it expensive?
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You can buy a roll of it at your local oreillys. And no not terribly expensive considering how much you need, but expensive compared to other brands/tape. The stuff works really well though. Roughly 8 dollars for 5 feet of it.
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What do you guys think of something like this? I like the second ones more but just think they will be barely visible in daylight.

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Looks good and cheap, worth a shot to see if you like them.
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post #48 of 50 (permalink) Old 06-29-2019, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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I'll try. So another question, I might try the dual low beam conversion after all and I would appreciate if you guys confirm that I got it right. The manual says that the low beam wire is black/green and high beam is black/yellow. I attached a picture of what I think it should be like.
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That is correct.
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