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    Trek Transport Rear Lighting Redux.....

    I reworked the rear lighting setup just a little. This gives a little more light to the backside.....





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    Now if they can't see you with thoes lights then they are not looking at all.They look great to me nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdc1956 View Post
    Now if they can't see you with thoes lights then they are not looking at all.They look great to me nice job.
    True. But I just bet that I can find that ONE person that will claim that ""He didn't see me"".......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeastRider View Post
    True. But I just bet that I can find that ONE person that will claim that ""He didn't see me"".......
    I hope not thats to pretty of a bike.

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    Wow. Nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeD View Post
    Wow. Nice job.
    THANKS!!!!! Here's a link that explains a bit about how I do that.....

    How to Use Automotive LED's on a Bike - BikeHacks

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    Hi Harry

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    Great idea, but I'd personally be more inclined to leave the stock button on and figure out a way to mount it to the brake lever....then you would have brake lights!
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    Quote Originally Posted by YouAin'tGotJack View Post
    Hi Harry
    Hello right back at ya!!!!!
    Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.. Ferris Bueller

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solrider View Post
    Great idea, but I'd personally be more inclined to leave the stock button on and figure out a way to mount it to the brake lever....then you would have brake lights!
    That's a GREAT thought. But the little push button has two problems. One, it's far from being anything even close to waterproof. And, Two, it's not quite tough enough by any means to keep up for the abuse that it would have to take.
    Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.. Ferris Bueller

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