dam,it gets nicer w/every pic i see..i tryed makeing the front bumper you have and wasted a little bit of material since i was bending it by hand and heat..i think i will just buy one.
probally cheaper in the long run,haha,john
Thanks for the flowers! I know the solid would be stronger for the brush guard,but you could get either aluminum or stainless tubing and be able to bend with a hand bender.Don't give up, still waiting to see the finished product. I guess the deal on the jeep didn't go? Still belive the cart would have more fun factor!! Keep up the good work
Been away for a while.Work has picked up some and the good weather has been keeping me busy.Finally got the yellow neon installed on Memorial Day.That is the bad thing about the cart being 5 hours away,don't have time to do a lot of things to it.
The power draw of neon is really low compaired to the light delivered.I copied this off the Street Glow website.
The switches are usually 5, 10, or 15 amps. The 20" accent tubes are about half an amp and of course the 15" and 10" accent tubes are a bit less. The sg201 (Gold Series) is 4 amp and the BlueLine tubes are about .750 of an amp (3/4). The sg201 (Gold Series) transformer is 4 amps. It all depends on what your linking up. As with StreetGlow products, they are pretty much interchangeable as far as linking methods go. Please contact us if you need anymore help and we'll be glad to answer your specific questions.
By the way You should check out the light kits for Harleys.
Been doing some research on running mud tires on sand. The Dirt Devils would dig down upon take off. Read somewhere that you could reverse the tire rotation,switch the rights and lefts on front and back, and they would "float". Not only do they float on sand the ride is greatly inproved on asphalt also. Anyone running mud lugs should try this.