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post #1 of 22 Old 09-15-2013, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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Where to get LED interior lights?

I want to get some blue LED interior lights for my 08 F250. Where is the best place to get them and which ones?
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PM me and I'll email you the size list and where to get them cheap.

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Hey can I get that list also...I've been wanting to do mine

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Go here, find the bulb type you need for your vehicle, then go on ebay and buy them. You won't find a cheaper place than ebay for 12V LED bulbs.
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I dont know theres just something about ebay just dosent give a good feeling....but I did find them pretty cheap on amazon

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There is no difference between shopping on eBay or Amazon. Both use the same retailers and Paypal for most transactions.

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Alright....I'll give it another shot...is there a full set to buy at once or what

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There's no kit. I emailed you a descriptive list of everything you need and suggestions.

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Oh ok...I just kinda ran over it

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The bulbs you find on ebay, superbrightleds, amazon, ledwholesalers, etc. all come from the same few Chinese factories. I have a bin of all the regular incandescent bulbs that I replaced from the whole slew of vehicles over the last decade, and they number in the thousands. I noticed that they are all the same, sometimes some bulbs burn out faster because modern cars sometimes use 13.5V to power lights in certain areas of vehicles, and that over time, more and more creative bulbs have been coming out that now you can use for high beams. CREE leds seem to be my favorite for luminosity, and I tend to like cool white for car interiors since it is bright enough and easy on the eyes at night.

Heres some pictures of the LEDs I am running in the truck now...





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