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Old 10-04-2009, 05:03 PM   #1
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Smile Install of driving lights on Bounder

I have a 09' Fleetwood Bounder 38P. I have noticed the driving lights aren't the best and wanted to install two additional PIAA lights. Realized no good place to mount on the front grill. Has anyone installed any driving lights on a workhorse chasis? Any pictures or ideas would be appreciated.
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Can't help you with the physical placement on your Bounder but keep in mind that DOT regs prohibit more than two pair of light filaments to be bnurning at any one time. Your bright beams are considered dual filaments by the DOT which is why driving lights are set to go off with the high beams and are only active with the low beams. If you add these lights be sure to wire them into the existing driving light circuits and eliminate them. If you go down the road with 6 lights on you're bound to get pulled over.
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