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jester
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jester Apr 23, 1:46am - #13138 
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Anyone ever installed lights under your car?

I just have a question where should i put the lights cuase i was reading in the instructions that they can't do near the motor or the exhaust and also when you get your tires changed i was just wondering what is a good place to put it.. Any ideas??
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Street Prototype Apr 23, 1:48am - #13139 

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are you talkin about neon lights?

by the way Topic moved...

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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Apr 23, 1:53am - #13140 
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I do not know about the front or back, but the sides shouldn't be difficult to find a spot. I hear though that they are a pain in the ass. Good luck with it. BTW: what color is your car and what color neons?
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XxMerlinxX Apr 23, 8:30pm - #13141 
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The idea about mounting neons is to put them in a place where the tubes have little to no flexing. Otherwise they break. Ok, on the sides, if you look underneath, there's a lip that comes down a little. You mount them on the other side of that right next to it. On the back, there's a little shelf up under a big rectangle thing. Mount the tube in that shelf. On the front, just mount it anywhere on that bottom part. Be sure not to mount it to your front bumper though. If you have any more questions, just post and I'll catch it.

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