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JD2210can
Join Date: Aug 2004
Posts: 8 Ontario Canada
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2005-09-22          116755


I'm want to mount lights to my rops for snow plowing.
i was told that there is a spare connector under the seat that could be used,
Does anyone know the type of connector is used and the rating.
also want to put a horn on my tractor, has anyone done this

also any tip for plowing a stone driveway would great

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Iowafun
Join Date: Jul 2004
Posts: 955 Central Iowa
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2005-09-22          116761


The connector on my 4310 was at the rear harness below the seat. My ROPS is a folding one with an opening where the light mounts up so you can route the wire through the ROPS. The connector was a "bullet" style if I remember right. I don't know what the rating is, but I think my light is a 45 or 55 watt light that came from JD's accessory catalog.

You may want to contact your dealer or check out the manual. I couldn't find any info on the light kit I found online. ....

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bmeyer
Join Date: Jul 2004
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2005-09-23          116792


If you look at my pictures you'll see the lights I installed on my 2210 for snowblowing. THere is a connector behind the seat under the rear fender skirting. It is wired to the panel light switch. I had trouble find the mate for it, even went to 4 John Deere dealers! I cut the tractor connector off and install a weather proof one. Much better!

You can run wires easily inside the ROPS. I drilled 2 holes at the top (see picture) and mounted the light inside the ROPS for protection from branches. They can swivel front to back but I use them pointed back all the time as the headlights work fine for me for blowing snow.

I put the wires inside a protective sleeve from the underside of the ROPS to the connector. It's the yellow covering you might see in some photos.

Enjoy your project.

B. Meyer ....

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Iowafun
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2005-09-23          116802


Bmeyer - it looks like your rear facing lights are pointed more out than down. What do you use them for?

I've got mine setup so it shines down on any 3pt attachment I have. Makes it nice for hooking up and watching what I'm doing when it's dark. Meaning - clearing snow at 5 am so the wife can go to work. ....

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kickapoobd
Join Date: Jun 2004
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2005-09-23          116827


Check Out Photos 5-8. I purchased a cheap light from Walmart and for less than $15.00 I have great visibility on my rear area and equiment. ....

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Thedieseldoctor
Join Date: Sep 2005
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2005-09-23          116829


Just wondering why you removed the ROPS from your tractor. I noticed you took the lights off your ROPS and mounted them to the rear of the fenders.

Dallas... ....

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bmeyer
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2005-09-24          116832


Iowa,

The lights are used mainly for winter snowblowing. They are easy to rotate or tilt by hand from the drivers seat. I've seen some where one faces down and the other out. This location provides a great amount of flexibility for my applications.

B. Meyer ....

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Iowafun
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2005-09-25          116883


Bmeyer, I assume then you use a rear facing snowblower? Oops, I looked at pic 13 and shows a front snowblower. I assume you move them according to the task at hand? ....

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