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    Damn, maybe I'll just go with regular s-flux led's for $1 or so each. Do those have wide enough of an angle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phita23
    Damn, maybe I'll just go with regular s-flux led's for $1 or so each. Do those have wide enough of an angle?
    Mmmm.... would not know your exact needs, but LED's are not very likely to have a wide angle without external optics (and shaving the dome will not help any btw). Most led's out there have spec sheets, so you should be able to find the information on the angle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rushnrockt
    Mmmm.... would not know your exact needs, but LED's are not very likely to have a wide angle without external optics (and shaving the dome will not help any btw). Most led's out there have spec sheets, so you should be able to find the information on the angle.
    S-flox LEDs = 45º viewing angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    S-flox LEDs = 45º viewing angle.
    voila, now find it for cheap and just the right size
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    Quote Originally Posted by rushnrockt
    voila, now find it for cheap and just the right size
    Yep

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    will these flashlight replacement led bulbs work? http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...product=LIGHTS

    If I use these, I'll probably have to play with the socket fitment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phita23
    will these flashlight replacement led bulbs work? http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...product=LIGHTS

    If I use these, I'll probably have to play with the socket fitment.
    The flashlight ones assume that you are putting them in the proper housing. They still do not have a good angle.

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    I probably got this link from someone here, but anyway for pre-made:
    http://autolumination.com/
    I just ordered some 9 LED white festoons there (and a few others), but haven't got them yet. Just haven't seen any others that were as bright. They have a specs page and cross reference. I looked on eBay too and those looked too cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    The flashlight ones assume that you are putting them in the proper housing. They still do not have a good angle.
    Flashlight LED's by definition would not have a good angle...
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