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Old 02-24-2010, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightforce 140's & allpro airdam?

Thinking of mounting 4 lightforce 140's in an allpro airdam for the roof... If Piaa 540's fit (5.25 inch diameter) will the 140's fit? (5.6 inch diameter)
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Re: Lightforce 140's & allpro airdam?

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Thinking of mounting 4 lightforce 140's in an allpro airdam for the roof... If Piaa 540's fit (5.25 inch diameter) will the 140's fit? (5.6 inch diameter)
The 540's barely fit with the PIAA covers on. So, Iwould think the 140's would probably barely sqeeze in as well.
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Re: Lightforce 140's & allpro airdam?

My PIAAs barely fit. I think they might fit because they look like they sit a little higher and more forward than the PIAAs. If they fit they would come out of the holes in the airdam instead of fiting inside them like the PIAAs. I don't know that it will work, but you should still try and let us know. That would look sweet.

See what I mean about the mounts. Light force is taller and farther forward.
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