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post #1 of 20 Old 02-19-2010, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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I have heard of people putting airplane landing lights on there truck. Does anyone know how to do this or where I could even get a set of these???

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from an airplane place lol. idk. just buy led

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I have heard of people putting airplane landing lights on there truck. Does anyone know how to do this or where I could even get a set of these???
I'm a pilot the bulbs burn out quite often they don't have a long life on a plane .probaly less on a truck.
Do a googal search you will fine plenty watch what you buy some are 24 volt systems on aircraft.
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I have some procomp off road lights and they light up a good 75-100 yards. They work great

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I'm a pilot the bulbs burn out quite often they don't have a long life on a plane .probaly less on a truck...
to add, i also fly for a living and wouldnt bother. there are some GREAT off road light options available to include the new LED light bars

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Like they said ^^^^, don't bother with AC lights. $Expensive$, prob won't last that long, bulky,....

Look at Light Force, you will NOT be disappointed

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Maybe try a light off of a train engine. they reach out for ever.

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Train lights run on 64volts DC.

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Aircraft lighting is 28 volt tho in the military there has been occasions when 24 volt was used to jump start small aircraft in emergency. does work but not very well
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