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Lights for under the car #12380 Apr 17, 6:45am Apr 17, 6:45am
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Lights for under the car
I am thinking about putting lights under my car and i had ordered them from this place and when i went to pick them up i asked them where do i put them and he said right underneath the car, then i asked how should they stay on and he said to screw them into the bottom. I relized after that i did not want to do that beucase that would cause it to rust, and also i don't want to be drilling holes in my new car, is there anyone that has done this before or have any ideas of a better way to mount them on the bottom. Thanks for your time. smile

Re: Lights for under the car [Re: jester] #12381 Apr 17, 7:25am Apr 17, 7:25am
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Well, you could try twist ties, but I'm not exactly sure where you could twist tie it onto.


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Re: Lights for under the car [Re: XxMerlinxX] #12382 Apr 17, 7:26am Apr 17, 7:26am
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Er, I ment zip-ties, not twist-ties.


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Re: Lights for under the car [Re: XxMerlinxX] #12383 Apr 17, 8:28am Apr 17, 8:28am
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yea, you can try that. but i think drill is the best way to go. because you dont want them falling off. they should be waterproof, so that they dont rust.


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Re: Lights for under the car [Re: TRD604] #12384 Apr 17, 11:27am Apr 17, 11:27am
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Your neon tubes should have came with these plastic clips that snap right on your tubes.Just drill where you put them. They hold them up pretty tight.

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