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I wanted one of them wrap around LED turn signal assemblies but couldn't see paying almost 400 bucks. I got this 12" LED strip and and attached it to the fender. It looks just as good as the expensive one and now works as a running light and turn signals for less then a 100 bucks.

 

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I wanted one of them wrap around LED turn signal assemblies but couldn't see paying almost 400 bucks. I got this 12" LED strip and and attached it to the fender. It looks just as good as the expensive one and now works as a running light and turn signals for less then a 100 bucks.


no write up? did you have to use any resistors? I want to do the same thing.
 

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how are they mounted to your fender? if i wanted them as blinkers only, then i would't need the dual circuit kit? Would a resistor just mount directly in line on the power wire? sorry so many questions. i'm an electrical novice, i will do it but i need to understand it a little bit first.
 

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They molded around the fender easy after some low heat from the heat gun, once bent I held it on with clothes pins for awhile and let the 3M tape cure up(the tape comes on the back of the D-channel). For blinkers only you woudn't need the dual element circuit and I'v never delt with resistors but I'm pretty sure it's the power wire that it's ran on but I guess it could be the ground?
 
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