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blueisgood
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2002-11-30          45556


Any of u guys have the light kit that goes on the rops.Dose it get in the way when u fold the rops?? How much is it?

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TomG
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2002-12-01          45588


I'm not sure any of the discussions in the archives talk about possible complications from folding ROPS, but that seems like a good question. My front and back work lights are generic 55w floods with their own weatherproof switches. I also bought a narrower beam light for driving in reverse but haven't put it on.

I got the lights from my dealer and wired them myself through an in-line fuse directly from the battery. Many newer tractors have already have a fused auxiliary plug that can be used. I think some manufacturers sell specific kits, but generic light work fine and are less expensive.

My lights mount on AC junction boxes that are screwed to the bottom of my steel canopy. The location allows the lights to fold mostly under the canopy when not in use so I don't add to my overhead clearance requirements.
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2002-12-02          45631


I just bought a light for my 33d. It was PN # SP1229985DS for $27.45 . I did not buy the bracket for the light because I had heard that the folding rops would hit it. I made a bracket to position the light on the inside of the rops. The light does not come with the connector on the wire so I bought a 2 wire trailer wire connector that fits the factory plug and spliced that to the light. ....

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Brian M
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2003-01-18          47744


Food for thought, You can tap into the hazard lights which
will elminate the need for a seperate switch as well I mounted my lights at the top of the rops upside down, so they wont come into contact with garage doors. You can drill small holes into your rops and fish the wire down inside the rops so you will have a nice clean looking job.
I purchased my (2) 12v lights at napa for $7.00 each. ....

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2003-01-20          47817


I've seen this question raised before on the site whoever said the bracket would interfere with the ROPS either did not install it properly or had the wrong bracket. I installed bracket and light in under 10 minutes. I fold my ROPS every time I put the tractor away (to fit through door) and never had a problem. The nice thing with the NH light is that it has the proper connector already on it. ....

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