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nemisiscelica
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Jan 10, 11:45pm - #80219 
where do i zip tie these things?

so i've heard many people say zip tie the neons under the footwell, well i bought two 10" tubes, and i have already looked...where do i zip tie these things to? any kind of help would be appreciated.

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Jan 10, 11:54pm - #80220 
Originally Posted by nemisiscelica
so i've heard many people say zip tie the neons under the footwell, well i bought two 10" tubes, and i have already looked...where do i zip tie these things to? any kind of help would be appreciated.

any type of lose wire that is kinda taught so it wont swing i even had mine tied to the steering column but now its to loose wires and on the ledge of the center console, but i also have 15" so it extended all the way across the footwell


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Jan 11, 12:15am - #80221 
Anything you can. basically, try to avoid clumps of wires but instead use perhaps an existing tie holding something down/in place. Just poke around. poke

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Jan 11, 3:54am - #80222 
I found it a lot easier just to drill the far under lip of the dash, then string them through. That will allow you to keep them completely out of view, and you can't see the holes at all.

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Jan 11, 4:33am - #80223 
i personally wouldnt want to drill a hole in my car idunno


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Jan 11, 5:12am - #80224 
Originally Posted by Elec-FuYu
i personally wouldnt want to drill a hole in my car idunno


If it's just two small ones in the bottom of the dash, I wouldn't worry about it. I may go out and do this tomorrow.


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Jan 11, 8:46am - #80225 
I was going to drill mine in too, except that depending on where the mounting holes are for your lights there is no place the get a secure screw. The zip ties hold them reallly solidly and there's no drilling. If you wire them into a switch and don't use a toyota ground you should drill in a screw to establish a strong ground. thumbsup

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