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Old 06-23-2016, 12:16 AM
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I will chime in my two bits and back Ed's and Steve's thoughts. For your car a 174 or 175 would be my choice, both in ease to work with and likely the appearance for the car of the day.
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I will chime in my two bits and back Ed's and Steve's thoughts. For your car a 174 or 175 would be my choice, both in ease to work with and likely the appearance for the car of the day.
I was wrong about having a 174 I have a 176. What would be the difference between the 174 and a 176?
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here is the problem with the 184 not only the size but as Steve said there is not a lot of skirt to trim.
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David, you can make a demountable but you definitely need a 184H to have enough skirt to trim as Steve mentioned above. They're harder to find than a regular 184 but they're out there. I found one and made it demountable for my '75 Miller-Meteor with a M-M demountable adapter, which is the same one under a demountable Beacon Ray.
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I was wrong about having a 174 I have a 176. What would be the difference between the 174 and a 176?
A 174 oscillates 95 degrees, while a 176 rotates 360.
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thanks Steve, I get them mixed up. I never was able to find a 174 at a reasonable price. but the point was if your going to be taking it off and putting it on, the smaller 4 bulb light is a better choice.

but if it's flashes per second I would say the 174 has more then the 176.
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