look at a jap car or truck for a loud type flasher. nissans seem way to loud to
me. that might work in your 2 ton
hope this helps
> Im my 54 2-ton I have added-on signals. During the day I can't see the
> right fender mounted light and am always leaving it on. Left side I can
> see OK. At night it glows and no prob. Trying to find a Loud or "singing"
> flasher like J C W....... has, but need 3-prong not 2.
> Anyone know where I can get one?
> Prob #2: AT night the left signal is too bright (on fender) and glares
> bright red in my eyes and is hard to see. Anyone have suggestion
> for a sheild that still lets light through to let me know it's on? The
> original reflector in center of light is like I'm thinking only smaller hole
> and against lens. Other choice may be tape or cardboard disc placed
> against lens inside. Anyone ever do any of this? I'm running 12 volt
> and am brighter than stock was.
> G. L. Perry
> Huntington, IN
> 54 Chevy 2-ton (driver)
> 50 Chevy COE (project)
> MM Jet Star 3 Super (tractor)
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