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cnote6




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posted 04-21-2001 07:03 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cnote6     send a private message to cnote6   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by cnote6
I had alot of people email me about the Neon. If you have not seen this on a Prowler have an open mind, at first you think kids would be the only people to have this. I thought long and hard about it and here it is. This is for all the people who asked me about the install and how it is done. 30 and still a kid at heart.


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This message has been edited by cnote6 on 04-21-2001 at 07:46 PM

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TGF spolier, bumper kit,Hardtop
Real Rod exhaust & Mopar exhaust
2000 Black bumpers & Chrome shimmers
carlini trans cover & brake lines
Chromed front & rear of Kat & front end protectors
Chrome 2000 shifter,Purple neon underneath
Dunlop SP 9000's

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posted 04-21-2001 07:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for prwlyn     send a private message to prwlyn   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by prwlyn
You've convinced me for sure.. Even talking to the guys at the office about it to see what the reaction would be, they all thought it looks great and not a kid thing at all. I'm looking at getting the interior lighting kit also. All in red. My only hitch is that I want the rear light to be in back of the frame crossmember so that it lights up the aluminum frame, if possible.. Didn't see a picture of where the front one is located??

Thanks again.

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posted 04-21-2001 07:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for CJ     send a private message to CJ   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by CJ
Great pictures, Chris........now you glow in the dark!!

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posted 04-21-2001 08:07 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cnote6     send a private message to cnote6   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by cnote6
These are pictures of where I placed the neon in the front and where the transformer and switch are located. Did not want to drill a hole.

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Chrome 2000 shifter,Purple neon underneath
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posted 04-21-2001 08:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SasyMama     send a private message to SasyMama   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by SasyMama
Chris
There is nothing wrong in a second childhood. It keeps you young. I love it. Just for fun, I am putting one under the under behind the front grill. Saw one and it look awesome coming down the road.

I think blue look good.
Sasy

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Chris... you forgot to do your wheels looking good.

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posted 04-21-2001 10:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Alex     send a private message to Alex   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by Alex
Thanks Chris! Pictures look great! Can't wait to get the neon ORANGE lights under my Kat! Nice chatting with you on the phone as well!

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posted 04-22-2001 11:32 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for cnote6     send a private message to cnote6   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by cnote6
OKOK Todd where do I get the wheel lights?

Sassy, Wayne has the neon in the grill too and looks great. Looks Mean. GRRRRRRRRRR

Alex, I hope to see a picture of the orange neon and really have to see the cracked ice shimmers on ORANGE? hehe

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TGF spolier, bumper kit,Hardtop
Real Rod exhaust & Mopar exhaust
2000 Black bumpers & Chrome shimmers
carlini trans cover & brake lines
Chromed front & rear of Kat & front end protectors
Chrome 2000 shifter,Purple neon underneath
Dunlop SP 9000's

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posted 04-22-2001 02:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SasyMama     send a private message to SasyMama   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by SasyMama
OK, Lets here from Wayne, show us the Neons in the grill.
Also, Wayne show us how you installed them
Sasy


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I also have neons under my cat (black with aqua neons). Just wanted to tell others another option as to where to mount the switch, with NO drilling. I have the switch mounted in the drivers side footwell, roughly above where the middle of your left shin would be if you're sitting in the car. I'm pretty sure there was a pre existing hole there and we just used a nut and bolt to mount the switch. Or we may have had to use a plastic strap. If anyone would like to know for sure, I can check on Wednesday when I take the Prowler to the dealer. Just for a reference, the total cost, including parts and labor was only $300. The neon brand used was Street Glow. If you don't want to do it yourself, my advice is to shop around. I had prices as high as $600 and they wanted to mount the neons in some strange places.
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posted 04-22-2001 02:51 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Daryl     send a private message to Daryl   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by Daryl
Chris, your neons look great! Being that I didn't do the install myself, it's hard for me to tell from looking at your pictures how you have the neon in the front nose installed. If you don't have it this way alreday, wanted to let you know that we installed a shorter neon (I think 18"?) starting from the tip of the nose and running straight back. Like you, I wanted NO holes drilled, so brackets were made to position the neon tube in the center of the nose back. Doing it this way brings the light all the way out to the tip of the nose.
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posted 04-22-2001 04:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cnote6     send a private message to cnote6   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by cnote6
Daryl, I also have a switch in that same spot where your neon switch is at but that switch is for my exhaust pipes, I had the plate custom made so I can switch it on and off with my foot. I have attached a picture of it.

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TGF spolier, bumper kit,Hardtop
Real Rod exhaust & Mopar exhaust
2000 Black bumpers & Chrome shimmers
carlini trans cover & brake lines
Chromed front & rear of Kat & front end protectors
Chrome 2000 shifter,Purple neon underneath
Dunlop SP 9000's

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