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Found these for $1.55 cheaper...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017XFF...merReviews
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How are these powered if I want this in a car instead of a truck?
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Wonder how they would work on a boat
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How are these powered if I want this in a car instead of a truck?
Doesn't matter what the application is. You will need to wire to the battery directly with a fuse and use the switch or a relay.
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Can I put these on the back of my car for tailgaters...I mean... For setting up campsites?
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Doesn't matter what the application is. You will need to wire to the battery directly with a fuse and use the switch or a relay.
Oh dang it. I was hoping I could hook it up to an existing light.
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Doesn't matter what the application is. You will need to wire to the battery directly with a fuse and use the switch or a relay.
Where are you seeing it has to be wired directly to the battery? I saw a couple reviews where they wired it indirectly, but they may just be doing their own thing.
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Oh dang it. I was hoping I could hook it up to an existing light.
I've had 2 LED flood lights tapped into my reverse lights for about 4 years now on my 2012 f150 without any issues. I just shoved the wires into the reverse light socket then put the bulb in to hold the wire in place. lights come on w my reverse lights, which is what i wanted. shouldn't be an issue, especially with low power LED's like these
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I want to place these under the side rails of the car so when I open the door they light up the street. Those red lights in the door dont do anything.
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The code only works on white, that's sucks because I wanted green. Well I sucked it up and paid the extra $3.50 to get the color I wanted. I got screwed.... hahah
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Found these for $1.55 cheaper...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017XFF...merReviews
Those are much brighter lights but they don't offer the color choice (they don't change) capabilities of the 5050's that this offer has. There is a purple option, that i suspect is created by a filter, but thats about it.
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