Yeah things are nuts now. A long number of years ago, I used to be a Field Service Tech for a large office equipment company. I was in a school servicing a machine and suddenly claxons are ringing, lights flashing, bells ringing, teachers running around PA making announcements to evacuate the school. I thought it was a fire. No the nurse dropped a fever thermometer and it broke. They evacuated the school, the fire dept came, the haz mat teams and so on. I could not finish the job until next day. What a jokeif you ever broke open old thermostat switches for the mercury to play with.
You did a better job of explaining it than I did. I meant to say that it's not legal to use LED bulbs on a vehicle that wasn't originally equipped with them.I'm pretty sure that's not true. If that's the case, then a whole lot of new vehicles sold over the last few years would not be legal.
There are specs that the bulbs (and reflectors, projectors, etc.) do need to meet, and it's possible for an aftermarket LED lamp manufacturer to meet those specs.
We went to Fillmore west in SF to see Traffic. We also saw Tower of Power and Sha-Na-aNa was the opening band. Never heard of the but Bowser and company stole the show. I am a big fan!If you remember Sha-Na-Na. Even older if you remember the original renditions of everything they sang. Maybe older yet, if know the definition of rendition
Yep. Definitely put on a good show. Saw them at the Filmore a couple of times. Those were the days. Filmore, Filmore west, Avalon Ballroom, Winterland and outdoor venues, like Speedway Meadows and the Band Shell. They say if you remember the '60s, you weren't there I lived on Parnassus near Frederick, so was there, though some of the memories are a bit fuzzyWe went to Fillmore west in SF to see Traffic. We also say Tower of Power and Sha-N-aNa was the opening band. Never heard of the but Bowser and company stole the show. I am a big fan!