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Old 09-06-2005, 04:38 PM
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JMC LED Lighting - Welcome aboard

I'd like everyone to give a warm welcome to JMC LED Lighting, our newest sponsor!

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JMCLED is dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality products available. It is our mission to provide the best LED taillights on the market. We want to offer our customers with taillights that are bright, easy to see, and back it up with solid guarantees. If they don't work like they are supposed to we'll make it right, or refund your money. We want you to be happy. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask us!

1. These bulbs will never burn out, period! L.E.D.s are not built like the traditional bulbs with a flimsy, thin filament that gets hot and cools very quickly. This makes them require replacement them every few years. L.E.D.s have no filament and work my exciting photons with electricity inside the bulb, and producing light.

2. L.E.D.s are brighter than traditional bulbs. When you are driving down the road, whether it's day or night, you can feel more confident knowing the lights in your vehicle are brighter than the old lights you used to have. That means its easier for the guy behind you to see you braking.

3. L.E.D.s light up faster than traditional bulbs. L.E.D.s are as close to instant on and off as you can get. In-fact, L.E.D.s can be made to switch on and off so fast the naked human eye wouldn't be able to see the light is actually blinking. To the naked eye the light would be constantly on. What does this mean? It means that on average, if you and the driver behind you are driving 60 miles per hour and you had to hit the brake, the guy behind you would see your lights 70 feet sooner than if you had a bulb. If your vehicle is your baby, and you've spent hundreds of hours, and thousands of dollars making it so, wouldn't you like to know the driver behind you will see your extra-bright taillights come on 70 feet sooner?
Check out their web site (especially those of you with classic Effies)! Let them know you saw them on FTE! jmcled.com
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Looks like cool stuff. Welcome JMC lighting.
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hey cool!!!!!!!!

will be watching and waiting for 73-79 and 80-86 models....

you've been adding sponsors right and left lately, Im glad things are going well!!!!!
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Awesome! LED's are cool. Welcome JMC LED Lighting!
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