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Rice globes


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Does anybody know where you can get nice ricey interior bulbs up here?

I'm basically after some coloured bulbs to replace a few of the instrument cluster bulbs. Want brighter wattage ones with some sort of colouring to them so i can make my dash look interesting at night. I think they're the blade kind.

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Find little caps for the globes :) i just had a little look at how the globes looks like and you would have to go to a store that would stock some similar items and compare them too..

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Hey Pred if you are looking for those kind of globes and don't mind fitting them yourself then I have found Jaycar to have the best range and prices.

Example: 2meters of blue EL cable is $29.00, the exact same thing at Supercheapo Auto is $59.95 and Autobarn has it for $69.95

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I am will use high intensity blue LED's in mine when i get around to pulling the dash apart again.

Yeah, i think i am heading that route, with some 12V LEDs. I just put it all back together, so might be a while until i get around to it.

Familiar with Jaycar, when i was in Melb, went there a fair bit to pick up this and that. And yup, the prices there are much cheaper that other places for common stuff. Wiring it up should be no probs, i know my way around a soldering iron.

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