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#1 ray tuppa

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 09:01 PM

Ford Focus 2.0 16v Ghia Zetec 1999-2006' Ambient Footwell Ligting Kits

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This footwell lighting kits are universal fitting so can be fitted to any model car
The wiring of this kit is very easy, you only connect 2 wires for 12volt supply / power source
A similar kit from Honda cost's in excess of £140

The kit consists of following items

* 2 x Strips of flexible 9 miniature ultra bright LEDís complete with sticky backing (RED or BLUE)
* Simple step by step instructions on how to connect your LED's etc with colour pictures


I provide instructions on where to wire this kit so it illuminates when you turn your side / head lights on
This is that easy to fit I could do it in under 5 minutes so everybody should be able to do it in 20 minutes max

All connections are very easy to connect and access plus no wires are cut
so this can be removed without any damage to your car

Please do not mix these LED Strips Lights up with cheaper products
This is the product I use
http://www.aurora.eu...p...;b=5&oc=313

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£18Cash or £20 Paypal

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#2 ray tuppa

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Posted 21 October 2008 - 03:41 PM

ANYONE ?????

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Posted 22 October 2008 - 07:05 AM

would perfer white more than the blue

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Posted 22 October 2008 - 07:56 AM

sorry at the mo we can only get red and blue
what colour is ur car ????
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Posted 23 October 2008 - 04:19 PM

would perfer white more than the blue


pm sent my friend
i can get white ones cheers

#6 ray tuppa

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 10:34 PM

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...em=250311717018

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Posted 25 October 2008 - 12:05 PM

RIGHT QUICK WARNING

Police pulled me over for this as they said there was far too much glare on the side of the windows if there is too much glare from the lights stick a variable resistor in it so you can change the brightness basically if you can still see the lights when u look out window police will moan i had these in my clio they look cool but a bit chav tastic


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Posted 25 October 2008 - 12:54 PM

RIGHT QUICK WARNING

Police pulled me over for this as they said there was far too much glare on the side of the windows if there is too much glare from the lights stick a variable resistor in it so you can change the brightness basically if you can still see the lights when u look out window police will moan i had these in my clio they look cool but a bit chav tastic


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they can come with a dimma 4 extra £
me i would have them just on the welcome lights cheers mate !!!

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Posted 31 October 2008 - 04:19 PM

I'd buy them, loom good in red, how much are they, and how much for the additional dimmer?

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Posted 31 October 2008 - 05:14 PM

I'd buy them, loom good in red, how much are they, and how much for the additional dimmer?


Hi they are £18 with p+p and an extra £10 for the dimmer
£28 to your door my friend you will not be disapointed there GR8
cheers paul :)


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Posted 01 November 2008 - 12:44 AM

these go well cheap on ebay and there decent i have had them before reason i broken them cos i was too heavy footed i smashed the one other one glass filament went

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...R...:1|240:1308

try lowing price and i may have some off u but if not ebay man sells them for long time get some from him


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Just to add variable resistor from maplins a whole "38p"

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Posted 01 November 2008 - 01:53 AM

Hi,

i would be interested but they do seem very expensive, and i too hate being ripped off and would quickly march off onto ebay.

A couple of questions too,

What size are they? In inches please :D

also is it just the ONE for £18????

Is that including P&P?

Could i pick them up?


Thanks in advance, could you reply in a PM as well please as its much easier.

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#13 ray tuppa

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Posted 01 November 2008 - 11:34 AM

these go well cheap on ebay and there decent i have had them before reason i broken them cos i was too heavy footed i smashed the one other one glass filament went

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...R...:1|240:1308

try lowing price and i may have some off u but if not ebay man sells them for long time get some from him


"I HATE SEEING PEOPLE RIPPED OFF ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO PARTS"
eVERY ONE WHO KNOWS OF ME HERE KNOWS THAT

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Just to add variable resistor from maplins a whole "38p" I cant get them that cheap with a knob they cost me about £2.60 + time and fuel to fetch these before I even solder wires on to them

Hi IMO no one is being ripped off these are NOT CHEAP NEON TUBES !!!!!!
THEY ARE FLEXIBLE SMD L.E.D'S AT APPROX 6" IN LENGTH 9 led's per footwell in which you wont break them as they are hidden out off the way and shine down in the footwell sorry but not lowering the price go and buy the cheap version !!!

THIS IS WHAT I USE http://www.aurora.eu...p...;b=5&oc=313 over £400 for 5meters, the reason i can do them so cheap is because i buy in bulk from china and cut out the expensive uk supplier. I will also add THERE IS A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!!!! IF YOUR NOT SATISFIED THEN CONTACT ME AND POST THEM BACK IN THE SAME CONDITION AS YOU GET THEM !!!!!!
PAUL



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Posted 01 November 2008 - 11:38 AM

Hi,

i would be interested but they do seem very expensive, and i too hate being ripped off and would quickly march off onto ebay.

A couple of questions too,

What size are they? In inches please :D / 6" AND 9L.E.D'S

also is it just the ONE for £18????/ YOU GET 2 ONE FOR EACH FOOTWELL MY FRIEND

Is that including P&P?/YES PAL

Could i pick them up?/BY ALL MEANS PAL, WILL EVEN KNOCK YOU A £1 OFF


Thanks in advance, could you reply in a PM as well please as its much easier.

~ D a n ~


AS ABOVE HOPE THIS HELPS, Please dont compare this product for the cheap neon tubes you can buy on ebay

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Posted 01 November 2008 - 12:23 PM

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