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Old 01-13-2009, 01:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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LED bulb source - cheap

dealextreme.com

they also have a section for ODB2 stuff

i'm seriously thinking of the ODB2 to Bluetooth adaptor

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Old 10-10-2011, 03:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Cheap Led Light Bulbs newfrog

I do not think dealextreme.com things very cheap, I consider cheap or newfrog.com/
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Cheap Led Light Bulbs newfrog

I do not think dealextreme.com things very cheap, I consider cheap or newfrog.com
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Old 10-10-2011, 04:23 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I have ordered many things from dealextreme and can recommend it. It might not be the cheapest place to buy led lights to car but you dont have to leave your home. I found same price on finnish car part shop for ba15S tail lights. I can recommend to everyone. For park lights dont choose the brightest versions because they are IMO illegal and you dont want to lure cops to stall you...

There are few led car lamps at newfrog.com so that advetisement and place sucks conserning car lamps at least.
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I have ordered many things from dealextreme and can recommend it. It might not be the cheapest place to buy led lights to car but you dont have to leave your home. I found same price on finnish car part shop for ba15S tail lights. I can recommend to everyone. For park lights dont choose the brightest versions because they are IMO illegal and you dont want to lure cops to stall you...

There are few led car lamps at newfrog.com so that advetisement and place sucks conserning car lamps at least.
I do not totally agree with you! If the quality can be, I chose cheap.
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Yup. These are better prices than I paid at LED Lights, Bulbs & Accessories - SUPER BRIGHT LEDS. But I got a site that made the selection simpler by allowing me to search by vehicle. Also offered more choices in each category for my car. I have a few more bulbs to buy. I'll cross reference the search functions at superbrightleds with the inventory at dealextreme and maybe get the best of both worlds.

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