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Old 05-05-2011, 06:10 PM
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Lets see your Chicken Lights

Ive searched and searched for a thread like this and couldn't find out. So i guess i'll have to start one.

Lets see them!

(I'm using this thread to get ideas for my own truck )
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there arnt to many on the sight..but i can say 90% of my messages are about mine. ive been thinking about putting some on the chin spoiler but i dont want it to look tacky.



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Old 05-05-2011, 07:20 PM
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whats chicken lights?
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whats chicken lights?
All the extra lights truck drivers put on their rigs are called chicken lights.
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Old 05-05-2011, 07:29 PM
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ok then. the only lights ive added are my fogs, id light on the bed and cab lights since non of them came from ford stock.
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Well the only lights that would classify are the bed lights imo. Technically clearance lights are chicken lights, but they aren't classified as extra in big rig world, they are law.

Any time you see a pete runnin down the road with 10-12 clearance lights on the roof instead of 5, and leds lining the bottom of the bumpers, the steps, tanks, and along the rear, those are chicken lights. OO will even run them down their trailers, every square inch is covered with leds.

They look awesome rolling down the road. I'm not a huge fan of pickups with chicken lights, but to each his own. I was trying to find you a picture of a big rig but can't find a good one...
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Old 05-05-2011, 07:40 PM
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there arnt to many on the sight..but i can say 90% of my messages are about mine. ive been thinking about putting some on the chin spoiler but i dont want it to look tacky.



MOV01869.mp4 video by stngcrazy - Photobucket

^ i dont know how to thumbnail that copy and past it
Do you have any pictures showing how and where you have them mounted?
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Old 05-05-2011, 07:42 PM
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ah ok ya ive seen those. Eric the mod here has some on his door skirts and i though about them. but havent done anything about it yet.
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Old 05-05-2011, 09:59 PM
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there arnt to many on the sight..but i can say 90% of my messages are about mine. ive been thinking about putting some on the chin spoiler but i dont want it to look tacky.



MOV01869.mp4 video by stngcrazy - Photobucket

^ i dont know how to thumbnail that copy and past it
How did you wire yours up to blink like that? What lights are you running?
I've seen some small 3/4" round ones flush mounted in the spoiler that looked pretty good. Smoked lenses and you can hardly see them unless they are on.

Looks good charlie!

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