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Old 05-29-2010, 04:11 AM
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Clear turn signal LED Light

Goofed around on this site (great site for us TB owners), and saw many owners with clear turn signal lenses. So guess what? I ordered some to replace the amber ones I own, ha ha.

Quick question though. Do I need to buy a new light for the turn signal? I'm assuming it's matched to the amber shell.

Give me a link of the lights I need to buy. LED of course.

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Old 05-29-2010, 02:38 PM
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Lenses will be for the mirrors. My side mirrors look exactly like the car pictured below, with the orange cover.

http://images2.auction123.com/4753c9...2107182/14.jpg
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Old 06-03-2010, 09:07 AM
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Goofed around on this site (great site for us TB owners), and saw many owners with clear turn signal lenses. So guess what? I ordered some to replace the amber ones I own, ha ha.

Quick question though. Do I need to buy a new light for the turn signal? I'm assuming it's matched to the amber shell.

Give me a link of the lights I need to buy. LED of course.

Thanks
You need to do one of two things: replace the small 194 style bulb with an amber one or get an LED one that shines amber. You'll then either have a clear signal cover with an amber bulb in it, or have a clear signal with a clear looking bulb (until it lights up).
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Old 06-03-2010, 12:31 PM
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What color would you buy then, the white or yellow?

I found this link for them off JeTTT Auto.

http://www.jetttstream.com/mm5/merch..._Code=TBLEDEXT
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Old 06-03-2010, 12:32 PM
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What color would you buy then, the white or yellow?

I found this link for them off JeTTT Auto.

http://www.jetttstream.com/mm5/merch..._Code=TBLEDEXT
I would buy these, in "Amber":

http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...LE D-xHP5.htm
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OR put a set of switchbacks in and really have it lookin' sweet ...........trust me I know
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Old 06-03-2010, 01:49 PM
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Thanks for the reply. I went with red, to match tail lights. Hopefully I won't get pulled over
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Thanks for the reply. I went with red, to match tail lights. Hopefully I won't get pulled over
Red leds to match the tails is a good idea. I think anything than orange(amberay, red.....will catch the po-pos attention...depending the laws in your State....GL
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Thanks for the reply. I went with red, to match tail lights. Hopefully I won't get pulled over
The law in most states say that the only colors emitted to the front can be white or amber. If you have any other color it is considered illegal...Unless they are for show or off-road, if they are used on the street then be careful. If you want to use the red I would just make some sort of shield in the lens to block all the light to the front. Or you could follow this and have the best of both worlds.
http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=40893
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If you haven't received the signals yet, the clear lenses come with an amber 194 bulb included.
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