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PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2009 12:34 pm 
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would these fit to brighten clocks up ??



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Buy a few and see - thats what I did with my red ones - they are not made to fit but fit they did - after some adaptation :mrgreen:


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Im glad someone else thinks the same as me, blue clocks sounds bang on :P
Please let us know if they work, my bulb has gone in the temp clock, might as well change
all of them to blue LEDS :lol:


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You'd have to muck about with the wiring by the looks of them


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You'd have to muck about with the wiring by the looks of them


Yep you sure will - I did mine and i'm almost useless at anything - maybe not a clean perfect job but they work and are solidly installed. No loose wire and they look good at night. I was always intending to do the blue bike but never got round to it - lost the bulbs now lol - one day !!!!


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what type of bulb is in there now?

i haven't looked although the bulb on the temp light is out so i should really.


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in that case why struggle


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:10: :gj:


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