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Old 03-12-07, 06:02 AM   #1
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Lights

How to put lights on haro rims
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Old 03-12-07, 06:03 AM   #2
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o..but can i DIY a motion light?? where by that the wire runs free from the bulb and that the freely run wire will touch the rim whern i cycle?
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Doubt it, but have you looked into tirefly's?
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What exactly do you need lights for? If it's safety just get reflectors.

Tire Fly's are basically a valve cap for your tires that has a light on it that flashes.
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tire fly's?? whats is that?? sorry..i am new to bicycles...
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What exactly do you need lights for? If it's safety just get reflectors.

Tire Fly's are basically a valve cap for your tires that has a light on it that flashes.

one thing is for safety, another is for style
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So which one did you want in particular?

The Tireflys are both for safety and style. Reflectors are not especially stylish, but they are practical.

The Tireflys come in a lot of different varieties and different colours.

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make sure to drill holes in them, or they'll be too heavy.
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make sure to drill holes in them, or they'll be too heavy.
Of course i almost forgot!
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one. im not quite sure if your first post is a question or a title.
two. what style are you going for that involves lights?
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