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truck work light
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hi allBig Grin

im going to fit one of these inside the left hand rear door of the van for loading stuff in at night etc,as im not riddick,and cant see in the dark.dammit haha


http://deltatechindustries.com/site/taxo.../24?page=7
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#2
Looks like a good bit of kit
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#3
Plenty of LED versions about now that won't draw as much power from the battery.
Personally,I'd fit a 12v fluorescent tube.
2010 XTR in black with bells and whistles

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#4
Sledgehammer to crack a nut! Plus you'd better leave the engine running if you do multi-drop. Very nice lights though.
LEDs are all that is needed, almost as chip as chips, very tough and give plenty of light. HTH :thumbsup:
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