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    Very nice looking piece of apparatus. So how was your dealings with Crimson?

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    what are the lights just behind and slightly above the rear doors ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pvfire424
    what are the lights just behind and slightly above the rear doors ?

    Those are water tank level indicator lights.
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    Nice looking engine 275.
    I like the tank level lights, wish we had them on our trucks. Iím also a fan of the top mounted pump panel. Although I will say Iíve never seen 2 brow lights, interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confire
    Nice looking engine 275.
    I like the tank level lights, wish we had them on our trucks. I’m also a fan of the top mounted pump panel. Although I will say I’ve never seen 2 brow lights, interesting.
    You can more than likely add them to your existing truck. Whelen makes a LED strip light that is all self contained versus the 4 individual lights that you see here. The LED lights are very bright and can be seen from quite a distance. We have two of them on our new truck and the guys love them.

    The question is if your existing tank level gauge will support a slave device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddmcbr
    You can more than likely add them to your existing truck. Whelen makes a LED strip light that is all self contained versus the 4 individual lights that you see here. The LED lights are very bright and can be seen from quite a distance. We have two of them on our new truck and the guys love them.

    The question is if your existing tank level gauge will support a slave device.
    Thanks Todd, weíll look at them at FDIC next month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rschultzjr
    Very nice looking piece of apparatus. So how was your dealings with Crimson?

    i wasnt on the truck committee, but from what ive heard everything went well, they have come to us to repair some minor issues, and their shop is only 30 minutes away if anything serious arises

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