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    Default LED MANIA! Killer deal!

    I've been wanting to add the leds for quite awhile now but just haven't got around to it, partly because some of these vendors charge outrageous prices for them. Ran across this guy on ebay last night, selling ten (10) 24cm (9.44 inch) LED strips for $18.49 and no shipping! They can be cut at every three leds as well. I'm thinking with ten of these things i can bling every damn hole that thing has! So I bought a set in red, here's the info;

    http://stores.ebay.com/jaydencar08/P...4.l1513&_pgn=1

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    Oh yeah this guy is US and not Hong Kong as most are, on the west coast.
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    that is a killer price... very nice.. I was not sure I was going to by but 10 for under 20 bucks that is a steal! nice find thanks for sharing.
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    I bought my longer blue strips from that guy - very happy with them! Also bought similar stuff out of Hong Kong just to try that was total junk....

    The 3M backing is a little weak though - I'd suggest a few drops of superglue to keep things where you put them.
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bergermaister View Post
    I bought my longer blue strips from that guy - very happy with them! Also bought similar stuff out of Hong Kong just to try that was total junk....

    The 3M backing is a little weak though - I'd suggest a few drops of superglue to keep things where you put them.
    Good to know they're good stuff! I use this, Clear Double-sided PVC Tape for attaching stuff to the boat, escpecially the 'glass as this stuff does not let go no matter what!
    2007 Mobius LSV

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    Thanks Razz, just cost me $18.49 for posting this! =P
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    I'd love to see some more pics of where different people are putting led lights i'm not on the water too much at dark but dang they look sick on the pics i've seen with em
    08 lsv all red- dual battery system, kicker 700.5 and 450.2 amp, 10" kicker sub, wetsounds eq, polk db651 cabin speakers, exile xm7 tower speakers, ss thru hull fittings, seadek pad, evolutions cover

    http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=10664

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    Any pics yet Razz?
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    Man, these all look great! I ordered mine a few days ago so they may be in by tomorrow! Where I work we use 3m double faced high bond tape... so I will be using that. Here is my question. Yall are wiring to the courtesy light? Also, is there some sort of transformer needed? Lastly, I wanted mine to flash to music... that is from an RF box? Or something like that?
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    I had an extra accessory switch on my panel that runs LEDs only. I'm guessing that is similar to courtesy lights on a newer boat. No transformer - straight 12v hookups. I think some of the lights have any necessary resistors built into them. Can't help with the flashing to music but I've seen it before.

    Maybe Ian can chime in on the switches he used for his LED controls. His are all independent and look pretty slick.
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