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Unread 08-19-2009, 12:22 AM   #21
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Default Re: Needing a voltage reducer...

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Thanks to kneddor for that suggestion, I didn't know 48v bulbs existed until he suggested it. That will solve my problem too next year when I do the 48v conversion.
You're more than welcome. These forums have helped me greatly over the years. Scary to look at my earliest posts (on another forum). Man, what a noobie! But we all were (or are)...it's part of the process. This medium helps us all learn from each other and have some fun while doing so.
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