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Old 05-27-2012, 08:52 PM
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Running board markers

Finished my L.E.D. running board marker install. Wife was complaining about light on the boards upon exit.
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:53 AM
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Looks good my king ranch running boards has a marker light on both ends I upgraded them to leds. Good lookin truck btw
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Looks good my king ranch running boards has a marker light on both ends I upgraded them to leds. Good lookin truck btw
What LEDs did you use for your running board markers. I have a Harley edition and want to upgrade the bulbs to match all the bright white lights on my front end. I'm assuming since they aren't blinkers you wouldn't need any resistors, just plug and play.
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The ones off eBay wouldn't work in my running boards they were too long I got some from advance 194 bulbs been in for two years no resistors just pluged em in and keept rolling
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The ones off eBay wouldn't work in my running boards they were too long I got some from advance 194 bulbs been in for two years no resistors just pluged em in and keept rolling
Anyway you could throw in a link to the site. I googled Advance 194 Bulbs and it takes me all over the map. That was my concern that they would be too long as well. Thanks again.
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I bought them in store I work about one minute from one sorry I see if I can find a part number next time I go in
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Those look great!
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