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Quick question and probably a fast answer. I've looked and looked but couldn't seem to find a definitive answer. Do I "HAVE to HAVE" a load equalizer if I install Chromglow fork wrap LEDs. I know the blink rate is much faster but i figure it will be more noticable so why not just leave it. I'm not going to blow a fuse or shorten out anything am I? leaving the back ones stock for now. Thanks!! :)
 

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Quick question and probably a fast answer. I've looked and looked but couldn't seem to find a definitive answer. Do I "HAVE to HAVE" a load equalizer if I install Chromglow fork wrap LEDs. I know the blink rate is much faster but i figure it will be more noticable so why not just leave it. I'm not going to blow a fuse or shorten out anything am I? leaving the back ones stock for now. Thanks!! :)
You won't burn anything, but you might get a ticket - quoting from my memory, the legal speed for turn-signals is 60-120 flashes per minute. Even if you do get a ticket, you won't get your license suspended.
 

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Didn't know that, thanks! Will one equalizer work both back and front? i've read mixed answers.
http://www.chromeglow.com/catalog.asp?prodid=650635

One is all you need. Put this on my High Ball. Zenolen Infernal LEDs front and back. Normal flash speed all around. You will not get a fast flash if you loose a turn signal with this set up like you would with Halogens and one burned out.
 
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