Does anyone have any input on installing Hi intensity Led lights on a T
Stock T headlights with 6volt 32cp bulbs give me more than enough light for speeds up to around 35mph. I also hate with a passion the glaring bluish white light from most of the LED's I see. I think they are a danger to the motoring public.
I bought a set of driving lights from Super Bright LED's and installed them in the headlamps on our 1910 2 cylinder REO. Hid the small wires inside the rubber gas hoses going to each lamp. Very happy with the light they put out and they draw very little current. The LED's that I used are not bluish. Each LED came pre-wired with a small transformer which I hid inside each frame rail. I supported the LED's on the burner pipes with black tie wraps.
since there was no contact info on your profile i will ask this question here and apologize for any hi-jacking of this topic ...
i saw in a old posting on the chev. 4 cyl. head topic , that you had used Ford 292 pistons in a chev. 4 engine and still had 4 pistons available ...do you still have these pistons? i am rebuilding a 28 chev. engine with standard bore and will be re-boring to some available oversize ...let me know by phone or email ...thanks Gene French 970-581-2808 email email@example.com
Brian: I too hate the glaring blue headlights. They, however, are not LEDs. Those are halogen headlights. Just thought you should know so that you don't dismiss using LEDs thinking they are the lights you hate.
Les- are you running 6 volts or 12 volts?
I'm running 12 volts.
Reason I asked, I went to Super Bright LED's website and it seemed they had none that will run of 6v.
There should definitely be a 6 V LED lightbulb that will work. We should post a link when we find it.