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    Lightbulb Light Bar or Dash or deck light

    Which one do you volunteers like better light bar on top or a dash light. I wanted to know how many lights you guys have on your trucks. ya know grille lights, your directionals, rear lights etc.
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    Last edited by ElectricHoser; 07-12-2007 at 11:52 AM.
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    This kid is off to a phenomenal start. Good work.
    If someone with multiple personalities threatens to kill himself, is it considered a hostage situation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JrFF24 View Post
    Which one do you volunteers like better light bar on top or a dash light. I wanted to know how many lights you guys have on your trucks. ya know grille lights, your directionals, rear lights etc.
    Why does a JR FIREFIGHTER NEED a lightbar???????????????????? NOT a good idea...

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    Did you notice that he/she put "Which one do you volunteers like better". So this means that he/she is not even a volunteer. Just a troll trying to stir up you know what!!!!
    Just someone trying to help! (And by the way....Thanks for YOUR help!)

    Aggressive does not have to equal stupid.

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    Default Could it be.....

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    Every vollie department needs members to check equipment, preform training and do maintenance around the station. When people are performing these assignments... BE THERE.

    This job is not about lights and sirens. Try hanging around the station from time to time. Maybe you can learn something from the guys that have been around awhile.
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    Someone else desperate to be thought a hero...pathetic.

    I bet that truck makes a great Christmas tree.
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    Are yall that ignorant to not even answer his question? You dont know where he stands on that department. If you dont want to give him your opinion then go to the next thread.

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    I prefer the dual talons. They are very effective even from the sides. Also, the 911ep ls12 is bright straight on, but not so much from the sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmith1834 View Post
    Are yall that ignorant to not even answer his question? You dont know where he stands on that department. If you dont want to give him your opinion then go to the next thread.
    Who died and made you fourm moderator???

    I'll give you a little background seeing as your new here. For one this person is a troll. It's obvious he or she is trying too stir the pot. Probably someone who has been banned by the webteam and now is back with a new name and trying to **** people off. The main reason people don't answer these light questions is because this topic has been hashed out 2,847,847,472,492 times. So people start to get a little tired of it after a while. So it's not a question of being ignorant but more, being able to spot a troll when you see one, as well being tired of stupid light threads. You will learn these things after you have been here longer than a couple days.
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    I prefer no lights at all.
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    I prefer no lights at all.
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    I'm with you on that one. Only people that maybe need them are a Chief or DC.
    If someone with multiple personalities threatens to kill himself, is it considered a hostage situation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    I prefer no lights at all.
    Isn't that kind of dangerous at night?

    I have:
    2 forward-facing steady-burn whites with selectable intensity (hi-lo)
    1 corner amber, each front corner, selectable steady-burn or flashing
    3 rear-facing steady-burn red lights, variable intensity
    2 rear-facing intermittent ambers

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    Oh man... lemme go get my "horse striking implement"... Brb...
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    That is perfect, I love that.

    I do so agree about the lights, the ones you have listed are just right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    I prefer no lights at all.
    The porch light is one, but no one is home!!!
    Just someone trying to help! (And by the way....Thanks for YOUR help!)

    Aggressive does not have to equal stupid.

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    Why is it an either//or? Light 'em up whacker!!

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