A - Go negative ground (so you can go to an alternator)
B - Change to an alternator for more output (brighter lights)
C - Change to halogen standard or extra bright lights
D - Install Lucas lights in cross eyed configuration.
If you have the silly "no go - all show" triangle lights give them away and put
real lights on the car.
Save by arse on a few long (5000 mile) jaunts up and down the coast and through
Just by having the alternator the lights will go from yellowish to brighter
---- James Sailer <bj8Healey@msn.com> wrote:
> Good day,
> Has anyone out there installed quarter light mirrors as used on some of the
> rally cars and have any opinions on them utility; places to get them etc.) or,
> good period door mirrors.
> I am simply not happy with my wing mounted mirrors.
> Also, I am going to install some driving auxiliary lights this winter so I am
> looking for the correct type of rally light and any thoughts on vendors. I
> almost hit a moose last year (at speed 2 ft away) and want some more light on
> the "subjects."
> Thanks very much.
> Jim Sailer
> 66 BJ8
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