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Old 06-18-2019, 09:11 AM   #81
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Awesome! Hope you enjoy them...oh, you do have an Airstream Classic Motorhome correct? Chime in a little earlier next time to educate us here.
I've been spending a lot of time over the past few years conversing with Daniel Stern (not the actor) and more recently on candlepowerforums.com learning as much as I can and improving the lighting on our vehicles, as well as some family members' cars. They're a bit.....passionate over there, but I'm definitely guilty of doing some lighting modifications in the past that I now realize were not effective.

Just offering advice, and I'm sorry if it came off offensive. Take it with a grain of salt.
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Old 06-18-2019, 11:13 AM   #82
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I would suggest that we are trying to help each other out here on the forums and referring to others posts as "garbage" doesn't do anybody any good. You obviously have some knowledge in an area where many of us are just now getting our feet wet. Share it, or not, but how bout doing it with a helpful tone.
I'm real happy so far with my purchase and install of my LED headlights, maybe because the OEM lights were so horrible. DANGEROUSLY so. Granted, I don't do a great deal of night driving while we are on the road. There is a night and day difference and I no longer feel like I've got candles for headlights. The lights I purchased were within my budget, DOT approved, and were able to be fitted to our OEM cans.
Most the folks here on the Classic Motorhome forum have helped me with innumerable situations where I had little or no knowledge. They've been my saving grace. Without their help, I would have been lost in many situations. I have nothing but gratitude for their patience and help since 2013 and 50,000 miles of traveling this country. I would never ever refer to their posts as "garbage".....even when I've disagreed.
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Old 06-18-2019, 01:25 PM   #83
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I would suggest that we are trying to help each other out here on the forums and referring to others posts as "garbage" doesn't do anybody any good. You obviously have some knowledge in an area where many of us are just now getting our feet wet. Share it, or not, but how bout doing it with a helpful tone.
I'm real happy so far with my purchase and install of my LED headlights, maybe because the OEM lights were so horrible. DANGEROUSLY so. Granted, I don't do a great deal of night driving while we are on the road. There is a night and day difference and I no longer feel like I've got candles for headlights. The lights I purchased were within my budget, DOT approved, and were able to be fitted to our OEM cans.
Most the folks here on the Classic Motorhome forum have helped me with innumerable situations where I had little or no knowledge. They've been my saving grace. Without their help, I would have been lost in many situations. I have nothing but gratitude for their patience and help since 2013 and 50,000 miles of traveling this country. I would never ever refer to their posts as "garbage".....even when I've disagreed.
Ditto.......
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Old 06-18-2019, 09:45 PM   #84
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I would suggest that we are trying to help each other out here on the forums and referring to others posts as "garbage" doesn't do anybody any good. You obviously have some knowledge in an area where many of us are just now getting our feet wet. Share it, or not, but how bout doing it with a helpful tone.
I'm real happy so far with my purchase and install of my LED headlights, maybe because the OEM lights were so horrible. DANGEROUSLY so. Granted, I don't do a great deal of night driving while we are on the road. There is a night and day difference and I no longer feel like I've got candles for headlights. The lights I purchased were within my budget, DOT approved, and were able to be fitted to our OEM cans.
Most the folks here on the Classic Motorhome forum have helped me with innumerable situations where I had little or no knowledge. They've been my saving grace. Without their help, I would have been lost in many situations. I have nothing but gratitude for their patience and help since 2013 and 50,000 miles of traveling this country. I would never ever refer to their posts as "garbage".....even when I've disagreed.

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