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Old 09-02-2020, 10:55 AM   #611
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Welcome to September! We've been on a roll recently with the current 10% discount available so we have continued it through Sept. Use code SMBSEPT20VO to apply the discount and pick up those Vantage Optics products! As always contact us with any questions.

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Old 10-03-2020, 06:09 PM   #612
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A couple of electrical questions for someone who's less of an electrical dumbass than myself:

The directions say to connect positive to the "fuse block terminal." I google search reveals that some fuse blocks have a positive terminal in the middle. Mine doesn't. (see pic)
I'm assuming where I connected it works (It's labeled +, the one next to it is labeled "alt") but I'm always a bit shy about hooking the battery back up before I'm sure. Any thoughts?

And, the negative connection for the passenger-side light is close enough to connect it to the battery. Can I do that, or is a chassis negative preferable?

Thanks for any advice!
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Old 10-03-2020, 06:29 PM   #613
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A couple of electrical questions for someone who's less of an electrical dumbass than myself:

The directions say to connect positive to the "fuse block terminal." I google search reveals that some fuse blocks have a positive terminal in the middle. Mine doesn't. (see pic)
I'm assuming where I connected it works (It's labeled +, the one next to it is labeled "alt") but I'm always a bit shy about hooking the battery back up before I'm sure. Any thoughts?

And, the negative connection for the passenger-side light is close enough to connect it to the battery. Can I do that, or is a chassis negative preferable?

Thanks for any advice!
You have the 12v lead connected correctly. The passenger negative connection is easily made in the factory location in the corner by the starter relay.

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Old 10-06-2020, 10:18 AM   #614
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How is it already October? We have been insanely busy building lights and working through new product development. One new product that we just launched is a set of laser cut and formed stainless steel ballast mounts for the Econoline vans. Known fitment at this time is the 97-current vans with the gas and 7.3 engines. We need a 6.0L variation to test but we are quite certain they will work perfect. Check out the link below for details and the video to show how easy they are to install. They can be added to current setups as well if you wish to have a cleaner install and easier access to the ballasts.

https://www.vantageoptics.com/shop/V...ets-p238959982

In other news, since we are into a new month, the current SMB coupon code is SMBOCT20VO

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