New Prototype Chase Light Option... Tell us what you think...

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Check out the video below....

So tell us-

Do you prefer the quick plug 7 Pin Connector?
Do You Prefer a Vehicle Specific Tail Light Adapter?
Would you want a line in the front for a switch for the strobe? Or is it fine (and easier to install) if your switch for the strobe is in the rear?

Enjoy the Video-




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Being a hitch mount that has to be removed to tow I would want either a 4 or 7 pin connector. Otherwise how would you keep from wrecking your light with the other wiring options while using the hitch?
 
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Being a hitch mount that has to be removed to tow I would want either a 4 or 7 pin connector. Otherwise how would you keep from wrecking your light with the other wiring options while using the hitch?
Yep. That’s the point. Quick and easy. Plug in and unplug. Swap on the fly.
 
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