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RED TIRE LIGHTS do any of you have these and what are your thoughts. They look kind of cool to me but I'm not sure how durable they would be.

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Tried em (in the Blue flavor).... more of a PITA than what they are worth. Probably look and do better on my Grandson's bicycle....
 

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I've never seen them on bikes before, but I have seen them on tricked out import cars. I've seen them for sale at tuner shops, and if I remember correctly, they has them in multiple color options. Would definitely be an attention-getter.
 

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I've seen 'em in Wal-Mart
 

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I had them they never worked on the x, they worked 1/2 the time on sons little bike with training wheels only when he'd hit bumps. nojoke

you can go to any local bike shop and get them cheeper than ebay
 

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I just called a good friend that is in Law enforcement and asked him if these were legal in Pa and his answer was "Nope, shouldn’t pass inspections, called ornamental lighting" So there a moot point for me.




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You need to be careful and check the clearance of the stem once installed . It could hit something like the brake caliper, tear the valve stem and cause you to get a flat out on the road . I saw that happen to a friends Harley with bullet style valve caps . Jeff .
 

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TireFlys from Wallyworld for $3.44 for 2.
Red,Blue,Purple and flashing red/white/blue.
When battery dies after about a month get another set.
Cheaper than the batteries.
 

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Looks like a good idea, but i think the local law enforcement here would frown on them, underlighting is only allowed on parked vehicles
 
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