Step 6: Finish Connecting

Now attach the other lights positive wire to the two positives you already have and the same for the negatives. What I did here was spin the elbow I was about to connect counter clockwise as many times as there are threads that way when I screwed it together the wires came unspun. So now you are done your first light, except for paint if you want to pretty it up.

hi there really great idea just wondering if it could be adapted to fit a bike trailer
Very good project<br>
Very kewl!&nbsp; Thanks for sharing and look forward to more posts.
How bright is it in lumens, I want to make a flashlight.
Honestly I could not tell you but i am using it to replace this <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.rei.com/product/776522?cm_mmc=cse_froogle-_-datafeed-_-product-_-776522&amp;mr:trackingCode=6F39D5C0-521A-DE11-B4E3-0019B9C043EB&amp;mr:referralID=NA">http://www.rei.com/product/776522?cm_mmc=cse_froogle-_-datafeed-_-product-_-776522&amp;mr:trackingCode=6F39D5C0-521A-DE11-B4E3-0019B9C043EB&amp;mr:referralID=NA</a> and the output is nearly the same (there initial is a bit brighter but mine lasts ALOT longer. Mostly it depends on which LEDs you choose to buy and your battery source..<br/>
Thank you for sharing this. I now have a better idea of how to do my own; based on yours with some variation.
Thanks for the feedback if you have any questions or ideas let me know I will be posting more soon.

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