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Thread: Emergency Lights
04-28-08, 05:47 PM #41I'm your huckleberry...
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04-28-08, 07:07 PM #42
04-30-08, 06:40 PM #43
Cip24 we do have amber lights in the 07'sLAW ENFORCEMENT HELPING"PERPS" SLIP DOWN STAIRS SINCE 1766!
04-30-08, 10:56 PM #44
We have a mix of 911EP Millenium bars, Whelen LFL Liberty bars and 911EP Galaxy bars...
They all have red/blue and clear strobe to the front and sides and red/blue corners on the rear half with amber in the middle. All three models have integrated directionals.
Also have slicktop CVPI and Explorer with custom interior LED setups.
New Expedition has a totally custom setup with red/blue front and red/blue/amber rear.
05-01-08, 12:58 AM #45
We have red/blue combo to the front and red/blue/amber to the rear. State statute limits blue lights to the front to the passenger side only. The law changed a few years back. Before that, only red was allowed to the front.
We only have 3 squads left that still have rotators. The rest of our lightbars are LEDs.The views expressed in the above post are the sole opinion of the author and do not reflect any official position by the author's employer and/or municipality.
05-24-08, 11:22 AM #46
Ours are 1/2 red, 1/2 blue, with red and blues in the back windshield. In addition, the arrow bar lights up, and we have alley sweepers also. I think the combination of the lights are great, however, I feel we need to leave the rotary lights and move onto LED"That's how we roll"
05-25-08, 07:42 AM #47
A couple of shots of my squad before they striped it.
Now I know what the mopes see when I'm behind them.Romans 8:28-31
"Anima Sana In Corpore Sano"
The opinions, beliefs, and ideas expressed in this post are mine, and mine alone. They are NOT the opinions, beliefs, ideas, or policies of my Agency, Sheriff, County Board, or any member of my department.
05-27-08, 09:56 PM #48
Looking at all the pretty lights. Was happy when gotrid of the gum ball machine with its 4 red bulbs.
We run led visior and red/blue strobe on crash bar and light stick on headache rack.
05-28-08, 04:16 AM #49Rookie
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We have Streethawks on our Impala's. They are worthless in the winter due to sub-zero temps. They have red and white lights. We are finally getting an LED light bar put on our new car (small dept). All I know about it is that it is the same lightbar the state patrol uses. It doesnt have moving parts so that can only be a plus. The new light bar will have red and blue in accordance with a new state law allowing such.
05-29-08, 06:05 PM #50
05-29-08, 08:12 PM #51
All blue in the front.
Blue and amber in the rear.
LED light bar on top. Blue LED Talons in the front and rear (inside the car)I'm ready for spring!
05-29-08, 09:51 PM #52
All blue. White take downs, white strobes in middle of bar.
Yellow directional built into rear of bar.
It's a Vista SL LED bar.
I like it.
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