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  1. Dyeraudio

    Dyeraudio Juliet Enthusiast

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    I know there are a few threads on this so I want to start a new one so everyone sees it...this cube was just listed on eBay with LED lighting...pretty cool......

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  2. GRFMotorsports

    GRFMotorsports is an Oakley whore Premium Member

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    Yup, got LEDs on my tanks, working on a couple case LED lighting projects in my head.
     
  3. jiveSEVEN

    jiveSEVEN I Should Work at Oakley...

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    Here is a fellow board member's case with LED light strips from Ikea...JayMann
     
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  4. Menendez1293

    Menendez1293 Oakley Enthusiast

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    Very nice. I was going to do that but I decided not to as it would have been a lot more wires in my detolf
     
  5. del518

    del518 I have a few pair.....

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    The LED kits from IKEA kick ass! Thanks JayMann:cool:

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  6. Dyeraudio

    Dyeraudio Juliet Enthusiast

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    Can I get some insight to the "IKEA" installation? Are there alot of cords to hide and how do the light strips attach? I get my 6' Single Wide tomorrow and plan on doing the same......
     
  7. del518

    del518 I have a few pair.....

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    The installation was a piece of cake. They come with some adhesive strips that I did not use as the LED strips fit nicely between the frame of the case and the shelves. I did drill a hole on each side of the top of the cabinet to run the thin wire up thru. There is one cord that has an on/off switch that plugs into the wall.

    As I am typing this...it seems more complicated than it really was. I can take some more detailed pics of it tomorrow if you need them.