LED driving lights

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  1. DesRes

    DesRes Funster

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    I installed LED driving lights on my Transit based motorhome today and am really quite pleased with the result. The bumper had circular blanks not being used so why not?
    The kit was from LEDCOM and was delivered for just under £60.
    Installation went well, instructions clear enough, it took me all morning, with coffee break.
    The lights come on as soon as the engine is started, remain on for a minute or so after engine is stopped and go to a dim light when the headlights are in use.
    Recommended for the reasonably adept DIYer.
     

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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    looks like you had the coffee break before you started....or was it a long job opening the box ? :Laughing:

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    Just had a look at their website and they have some nice kits for Fiat Ducato. Looks well put together and the instructions look clear.

    Thanks for posting this
     
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    A fine observation Pappajohn, but that photo was taken on Friday morning, when an Arctic gale was blowing across the drive and being lay under the van did not really appeal.:BigGrin:
     
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