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 07-02-2003, 06:40 Post: 58704
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Art,Do you know what the rear light option kit is like:is it a good quality little set up? Regards Bob






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 07-02-2003, 13:17 Post: 58719
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Rob, I hvaen't sold one of thse for that size yet. I have mounted cab lites but not just tractor. You might want to look at what you are doing to need a lite. Many people mount them off the roll bar top and face them down. If working around tree limbs they could be a problem there.






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 07-03-2003, 03:47 Post: 58751
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Thanks Art,I'll have a look around at the auto accessory
shops first,and see if I can mount it up on the ROPS.Also
If I can help you on your trip in any way don't hesitate
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 07-03-2003, 05:38 Post: 58752
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Thanks for the offer on the trip Bob. My wife is my navigator so I let her do all the work so I don't have to deal with her what if's this flight or hotel or whatever. Kubota's lights are good quality and the switch's come with them as well as the wire and locations to connect to.






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 07-03-2003, 05:42 Post: 58753
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 Rear Light Option Kit:Would you know Art?

I have front and rear after-market 55W lights bought from my dealer. They have their own switches and are weatherproof. It's good to think through the need for lights because most lights come in three different beam widths. I don't think you'll find these features in auto accessory lights. I bought wide flood beams because I wanted light spread over a wide area mostly for engine tinkering, implement swapping and finding my way into the shed at night. I do have a narrower width light for driving but never mounted it. Two 55W lights is marginal in a 10A circuit and the third light would blow fuses. I did use heavy gauge wire so I do have the option of going to a 15-amp fuse but I'd probably never need to run three lights at the same time anyway.

Mine are mounted on the bottom of a steel canopy near the front and rear edges. They are on swing mounts so they mostly fold under the canopy when not in use and I also can aim them where needed. I did nearly tear one off that I forgot to fold down so avoiding height above the ROPS bar may be good. I think brush guards are offered as options with some lights.






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 07-04-2003, 07:48 Post: 58823
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Thank Guys.I'll order the 6C040-9550-0 working light kit and give it ago.
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 07-05-2003, 18:33 Post: 58926
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Art, No worries,wives make very good organizers.
Thanks Tom, Art,you are right about the overhead on
the ROPS, I do crash into a lot of branches,I'm going
to order this kit Monday (If its available Here).
Just finshed 4hours of mowing 6 acres, hard work!
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