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    Default Cold Cathodes (For PC or for Car use)

    Cold Cathodes, For computer modding use, or for car lighting.

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    These are so bright it messes up the camera, and the blue ones look white. But in reality they are a teal/light blue. These pictures were takin with the lights on top of my trunk

    Also, you can see where the wires have to be cut (where I cut off the molex adapter)

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    I have (in box):
    4 pairs of blue - 2 sold, so 4 pairs left
    4 green
    3 red

    These are dual cathodes, 4x brighter than neon lights. Designed for computers, but look awesome in cars.

    Kit contains:
    1 dual inverter
    2 one foot cathode tubes
    velcro and ties for mounting.

    these are so bright they blow radioshack out of the water. Just one kit can easily light the cabin of a car.

    $20 for each dual kit, or PM to negotiate

    OR 2 for $30

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    Where do they plug in?

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    lots of sets left, anyone?

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    bump

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    where do they plug in, dont PM me, just post plz, thx

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    Originally posted by Kid_a
    where do they plug in, dont PM me, just post plz, thx
    they dont "plug in" you hardwire them to positive/ground and a switch if ya want.

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    Update, 2 sets of Blue , 2
    Red , 4 green left.

    - since there seems to be little interest in green , I will let 2 sets go for $25 each (you get 4 tubes worth) - these blow away any of the competition, eXtremely bright.

    bump for awesome tubes!

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    there seems to be a lot of confusion on how to wire these in, it is basically a simple two wire installation. Positive (red) wire to positive (red) pole of the battery, and black (negative) wire to negative (black) pole of the battery.

    Easy installation!!! (5 min at most)

    PM if interested!

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