Led Strobe lamps

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  1. Trailerspares.ie

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    Just in, Top quality amber led strobe lamps EMC R10 approved and ECE R65 approved
    Multiple flash patterns
    Limited stocks. €23.50 each or 4 for €75 inc vat
    http://www.trailerspares.ie/ts2285.html
     

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  2. Tippcon

    Tippcon Well-Known Member

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    They should be banned. Couple of geniuses around here have them on the backs of trailers, all kinds of fun trying to decide whether they want to cross the road or look like a travelling circus.
     
  3. Danielk

    Danielk Well-Known Member

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    See lads have them over the parking light and indicators on the front of the tractor to. Just looks like they going around with hazards on all day. Would get very confusing if one stopped working. The strobe lights are good when used right though
     
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  4. Claas Grass

    Claas Grass Well-Known Member

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    Leave it all to the lad I saw recently with a lowloader, had them over the lights on the back, rhs one wasn't working so people could have been forgiven for thinking he wanted to turn left :unsure: a strobe beacon is the only light that should be on the back of a trailer, hate when people use normal ones that can cut the eyes out of you.
     
  5. Username

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    If the are fitted, it should be in the centre rear of the vehicle to prevent confusion with indicators, imo.
     

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