nerdly_dood said:That made me kinda curious, has any 12F had the front lights set to steady-burn and used in California? Or would the steady-red with those lights not be bright enough for the 1000-foot visibility requirement?
Somebody's gotta get a 12F, put the front lights on steady-burn, and put the normal red/blue CTS domes on it... (Front: red rotator w/mirror, red steady-burn, blue rotator w/mirror, blue steady-burn - Rear: red rotator, amber flasher, blue flasher, blue rotator)
JohnMarcson said:How would you make the rear flasher? The 12F uses one bulb for front and rear flashers. The steady burn front light would cause a steady burn rear. Also, I have seen 12F flasher lenses melt when used as flashers. If you steady burned the bulb you'd most likely melt the flasher lens.
stansdds said:It's worth more than $50 in parts! It is weird, but if it started life as a CTS, then it should be pretty easy to fix the passenger side mirror set up. I'd like to see more photos, in the video it looks like the mirror is cut to fit over the motor, but that would mean the motor is in the wrong position. Very strange.
Then I'm thinking than might not have started life as a CTS. Someone might have obtained a bunch of parts and put together their own version of a CTS.guy m. said:Yes, the motor is in backwards, very weird but it works and yes the mirror is wrapped around the mirror.
I will add pictures of the inside when I get around to doing the clean up.
stansdds said:Then I'm thinking than might not have started life as a CTS. Someone might have obtained a bunch of parts and put together their own version of a CTS.