I need to do that too. The reason for the resistor is to cut the voltage and dim the LED when the running lights are on. Doing this, the running light gets 8-9volts and the blinker gets the 12v.Instead of wiring in a resistor you can also open the flasher and cut one of the connections in there. Works great. (too late now but if something ever happens to it just do a search for TJ LEDS or flasher or something and you'll find an easy write up on it)
Thanks. I've been following your build. Very niceLooks great!
EDIT: <squint> I see what you did there Nice job on the LEDs
Mine just sits in the garage. I haven't even wheeled it yet and I've had it for 4 months. The $$ adds up really fast. Christmas is a good goal but it's not realistic for me. I'm hoping to finish by next summer.:laughing: Oh yeah, it looks great sitting in the parking lot. Hopefully I'll get it out before Christmas. You should make it a goal to beat me