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Personal vehicle warning lights/systems

This is a place where you can show off your personal vehicle warning light systems. Please discuss state/county/local warning lights laws. Describe your set ups. Like the products you've owned/used? Tell it all here!!!

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This video is of the older setup I had of the Whelen TIR3's and Whelen Single Talon up front.

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Too many lights

Started by John F. Levers II. Last reply by John F. Levers II Oct 9, 2012. 4 Replies

Light Colors

Started by Ben "Batman" Barry. Last reply by Nathan Dollinger Oct 7, 2012. 9 Replies

Led's or strobes

Started by John F. Levers II. Last reply by Nathan Dollinger Oct 7, 2012. 1 Reply

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Comment by Nathan Dollinger on December 15, 2012 at 1:25am

Wanted to share my company with ya'll!

I'm a young entrepreneur and trying to get off the ground!

If you can't find a price that works for you where happy to try and get you the product at a price you can afford! 

Asheville Warning Lights

Comment by John F. Levers II on October 9, 2012 at 12:06pm
So i just got a newer truck and wanted to update everyone on the seup i have in it. I have a 2004 Chevy Tahoe with a full edge blue and clear lightbar, 2 strobe hideaways in the markerlights, 2 strobe hideaways in the taillights,wigwag in the headlights, 2 blue/amber mini phantoms in the back widow ,2 blue tir3 in grill and a blue/blue mini phantom in the windshield
Comment by Russ on June 20, 2012 at 8:11pm

hello to the group from an ex NY vollie...pleas tell me how the NYS laws for vollies have effected you in light of the fact that technology (LED's) are the in thing now.

i'm a vollie in florida and collect lights so i switch around in my collection down here (and get to use my red doams) i've used a federal flashball, federal fireball, federal fireball 2, whelen responder and some others...the guys kid me from time to time about it but my federal model 4 (ocelelating) everyone likes that one

Comment by Jonny Strong on April 5, 2012 at 10:55pm

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Comment by Ron Briggs on February 15, 2012 at 12:22am

Here is my personal vehicle while on the scene of a structure fire in Jan. 2012. I have a Chevy suburban AWD (All Wheel Drive). Since I am just the dept photographer I am not allowed to run reds (Chief says no) but since I am a storm spotter I am equipped with ambers. I have an Amber Whelen L21LAV beacon (vac-mag mount) for on top, 2 Whelen SpecTir 8 in Amber in the front window, and a Whelen Dual Avenger in Amber in the back window.

The Fire Chief's new car is behind my vehicle (he just got it stipped late last month) and the Fire Inspector SUV is in front of my vehicle. Since the chief and inspector weren't there yet when I got there, I put one of my cones out so my vehicle wouldn't get hit. Minutes later the pd shut the road down so LDH could be layed to the hydrant across the road on the corner.

 

Comment by Ron Briggs on February 15, 2012 at 12:06am

Nice truck Firefighter Chris. I like how you have it lit like that.

Comment by Mark Munroe on February 6, 2012 at 1:17pm

I am a collector of Old/Vintage Warning Lights from the 50's to early 80's anything off Apparatus, Police Cars, Tow Trucks, Ambulances, Etc.  Federal Signal, Mars, Whelen, Code 3, Deitz, Etc. Send me a photo of what you have and how much your asking for them.

Comment by Keith A. Morrone on July 20, 2011 at 8:37am
New York v.n.t. states 1 blue light visible 360* but our local LEO's don't bother us as long as we obey traffic laws.
Comment by Firefighter95_pence on May 15, 2011 at 10:25am
where is a good place to find lights for a good price online
 

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