In honor of Labor Day, one of our favorite holidays, we’ve decided to feature some of our red, white, and blue emergency vehicle strobe light builds for this month’s blog. These builds include some of our most popular emergency vehicle strobe lights and some custom-order products.
GMC Denali First Responder with Blue and White Strobes
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For this first responder build, we used a combination of Wicked Warnings emergency vehicle strobe lights. We feature our Thin-X Strip LED strobe light in the blue/clear 28-inch version in the front of this truck. We set this light on a slower and stable alternating flash pattern to provide warning light for a longer distance. The Thin-X Strip light includes the flood mode feature out of the box. The flood mode works with or without the rest of the strobe lights activated. You can see our LIN-6 LED strobe light in an all-blue color in the “nostrils” of the truck’s hood. We also mounted blue TIR-3 strobe lights within the fog light bezels.
We used our LED HAW DUO strobe lights with a fast double flash alternation in an X-pattern in the back. In the rear bumper, the LED HAW DUO in blue is used again with a black mounting bezel.
Volunteer Fire Fighter Emergency Vehicle Strobe Lights
These next two trucks are throwbacks to emergency vehicle strobe light builds for a volunteer fire department.
This video features an emergency vehicle strobe lights build for a Ford F-150 and Ford F-450. Both of these trucks feature similar LED strobes. We’ve installed a 60-inch red and blue light bar on the roof, five of our TIR-3 strobe lights in the grille, and our red LED HAW DUO in the fog light bezel. The light bar is a special-order product but check out our online store for more information about the other products used in this build. For a more in-depth look at each truck, check out the videos below!