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Old 09-17-06, 10:44 PM
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mlts22 
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Here in Texas, red lights in the front are reserved only for emergency vehicles, or hazard warning systems. Plus its hard to see much with them in front of you unless you are using IR goggles.

I'd just keep the red lights in the back, buy yourself a good white light. I picked up a pretty good front headlight for about $20 that can easily handle 100+ hours of lighting per four AA batteries, and the light can be set to flash in the day to further add to visibility.
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