How To Install LED Tail Lights in 1979 -1981 Trans Am
Install How To Video for new LED tail Lights for your 1979 - 1981 Trans Am and Firebird. Ms Heather and Yancey walk you through step by step the installation of these new sequential LED tail light conversion kits!
How To Recover A Dashboard
TheCousinDan shows you how to recover a dashboard with new vinyl. Restore
old cars and trucks with this handy skill!
Led turn signal install in rear view mirrors of cutlass
Bought the led turn signal from eBay $2.80, 14 led per turn signal .
Used a heat cutting tool to get the sap ace behind the mirror to fit the
indicator and will use a glue gun to stick them or a duct tape to secure
the backside of the mirror . Any questions are welcome . Please like and
Homemade LED tail lights for Celica GT, and how I made them
Playlist of other videos on the car
This is a quick video of me testing the brightness of my tail lights. 30
LED bulbs soldered on a circuit board. I show a little bit of me making it
Super Clean 1979 Trans-Am Firebird LS3 Corvette Motor - Gearhead Garage
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garage at http://www.gearheadcars.com
a 1979 Trans-Am done up by my good friends at GearHead Garage. Interior
done by Sean Kat of Kat Custom Interiors (a division of GearHead)
916.481.CARS (2277) for all your OVER THE TOP custom car needs. Visit their
youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/gearheadcars I have MORE badass
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How To Make Custom LED Angel Eyes Rings DIY
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I am not the original owner of the video but i made some of them and i can
give you many information on how to do it yourselves!
A video showing how I created my custom LED angel eye rings. People has
been asking me to make it for them, but sorry, I don't have time. I thought
it would be helpful to put a video together. In this video, I also show how
I did my reflective tape upgrade to the ring to make it brighter and stand
out better. This simple little trick traps the otherwise lost light that
would have escaped into the reflective bowl, causing irregular light
pattern inside the headlamp which blends out the ring. It's not about
having the brightess ring; it's about making it stand out and doing it
cheap. LED is the way to go.
Storm Truck Project Episode 16 - Custom Tail Lights, Tailgate and Bumper
Custom tail lights, a custom tailgate and a custom rear bumper are helping
the back of our 2012 SEMA truck take shape. Learn more about the Storm
Truck Project at http://www.realtruck.com/storm-truck-project/. The guys at
the shop are working hard to get our 2012 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD ready for
the SEMA show.
You can see pictures and learn more about the rear bumper, the suicide
hinges on the barn-door style tailgate and the smoked tail lights at
Storm Truck Project Episode 16 -- Custom Tail Lights, Tailgate and Bumper
Hi everyone, it's Sarah with RealTruck.com. I want to give you an update on
the Storm Truck, which is going to be ready for SEMA 2012. So, let's take a
look at the back of the truck which is really starting to take shape. They
guys are working hard.
At this point, we have our custom barn-door style tailgates installed and
working. There's still some work left to do on the electronics, which will
be going on the inside of the tailgates. We also have our custom Boondock
Backwoods bumper installed and it's just looking awesome and our tail light
area is ready to go for some light installation.
So now I'm going to give you a look at how we got this far on the back of
How To Clean Civic Type R Headlights with Toothpaste
We show you how to clean the misty haze layer that can appear on your
plastic headlight lenses over time making them look dull and transform them
into new shiny headlights!
All you need is toothpaste and a cloth!
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BMW E39: Hella Celis LED Tail Light Upgrade Installation
BMW E39 5 series pre-production September 2000 (9/00) came with the
old-style halogen rear lights. Post September 2000 (9/00) BMW used much
nicer lights, also made by Hella, that include LED segments. They look
100% better! Fitting the lights from a model-year 2001+ E39 to a
model-year 2000 and older E39 was possible, but very difficult. Hella has
made a retrofit kit for us model-year 2000 and older owners. Some minor
modifications and the use of ballasts are required, but it's no big deal if
you have a bit of time to work with (maybe 1-2 hours tops.) I purchased my
kit (Part Number 63212496297RW) here:
I used Phillips Silvervision PY21W bulbs in my rear turn signals so you
don't see the stock orange bulbs inside. I believe mine came from here:
Thanks so much for watching, let me know if you have any questions about
Mustang LED Sequential Taillight Kit Installation 1965-1966
Upgrade the look and brightness of your 1965-1966 Mustang's taillights with this kit
featuring 180 total LEDs and sequential turn signals! After installation,
your taillights will look up to five times brighter than stock lights.
These taillights don't sequence during braking thanks to the patented
"Smart Signal" technology, and white board design creates greater
reflectivity and light output that none can match!
The original lenses can be used with this kit, since these taillights run
cooler than the standard incandescent bulbs. Installation is a snap,
requiring NO additional wires or modifying.
See more Mustang taillights
from CJ Pony Parts:
Ford F-150 with a Q45 Retrofit and ORACLE Lighting Installed Throughout
We took a stock Ford F150 headlight and retrofitted Infiniti Q45 projectors
into the housings, installed ORACLE SMD halos, amber LED concept strip,
ORACLE HID kits in the low beam, high beam, and fog lights. LED concept
strip was installed into the tail lights to give this truck that one-off
For more information please feel free to email us at info@AACstyle.com or
call us at (800) 407-5776
69 Charger R/T LED Tail Lights vs. Stock
Wanted to upgrade the stock incandescent lighting to LEDs. I bought the
Bayonet style thinking they would do the job but soon found out they didnt
produce "forward lighting effect". You want the light to be emitted towards
other drivers, not bouncing around your housing. So I purchased SMD LEDs. I
think SMDs are a great value for their money and then some. Each PCB has an
array of 36 LEDs in a 6x6 formation. I made mine in a rectangular formation
6 x 12. The light output is astounding. There is a section where the bulb,
LED Bayonet, and LED PCB are all lit on their own to you the luminescence.
How to Install Spyder LED Fog Lights
The Spyder LED Fog lights http://www.realtruck.com/spyder-led-fog-lights/
are powerful, ultra bright LEDS that are bright even during the day.
Available in a 4" round design. They are durable with a heavy duty
construction. Installation is super easy just bolt on hook up and your
ready to light up the night. Comes with a 1 year warranty.
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Hi guys. John, here, with RealTruck.com. Today we're going to show you how
to install the Spyder four and a half inch LED fog lights onto our Ram
project truck. We've got our kit here for our Spyder fog lights. It comes
with everything you need to install these onto your truck, with your
mounting brackets, all your bolts, the nuts and washers, so we can just put
these things right on the truck.
Now, what we did to make this work on our bumper is, these brackets that
you see, they come just like this. Well, what we've done is, we've gone
ahead and put a little bend in them and attached them to the back of our
fog light. There's screw places on here where these would attach, if you
were going to side mount these. Or if you're mounting them like a standard
fog light, then you'd use this mount. But we're going to mount them up a
little bit different on our bumpers, so we had to make a little bracket on
the side there. And I'll show you here in just a minute exactly why, and
where we're putting that. So lets get started on it.
As you guys can see in here, the bracket that comes with the bumper, and
the way that it's designed, hence the reason for our redesign of that
straight bracket into a bent one like that so that it will fit in there. On
this particular bumper, if we tried to use the standard style mounting
brackets, it'd put our fog light way up here, and that just absolutely
won't work, so [inaudible 00:01:26]. OK. So once we've got that on in place
where we want it, we go ahead and get some wrenches and tighten that up.
We've got both fog lights in on both sides now, so we're ready to go ahead
and wire these up. The easiest, simplest way to wire these new fog lights
into our bumper is, what we did is, we just took the factory harness, which
plugs in here, and then, as you can see on here, this is the factory bulb.
We cut the end off of the wiring harness for the factory bulb, and what we
did is, we put blade connectors on here so that we can attach them right up
to our new fog lights. Basically, it's just a simple little blade
connector, looks something like that. And just put those on there on the
wires, and we can just plug this stuff right in. Make sure, guys, when you
plug these in, you plugged them in black to black and white to white.
Now with this wire loom, what I would suggest is just finding a good place
to run it over your new bumper, wherever it's going to fit comfortably.
I've got that all plugged in, now we'll go ahead and get this stuff all
taped up and a little piece of wire loom on it, and then we'll just take
some zip strips and connect this up. Now that our wire loom is all secured
up in place where we want it, that will complete our installation of the
four inch LED fog lights from Spyder.
The only thing left to do now is let this truck down and see how cool these
things look. Until next time, happy motoring.
Today's episode is brought to you by Red Bull. Don't forget the flugtag.
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