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    I'm in 1025r all lights
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    Are we talking bulb replacement or the entire light itself? If it's for a direct bulb replacement I'd be interested for my 25r
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    I'm with Eugene.
    I'd replace my 1025 bulbs with something made for the housing that won't melt them down.
    I'm in and agree with you guys
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    I don't care about swapping the stock headlights, but I need additional lights on my 2320, and LED is seeming to be the way to go.
    Also, I don't like how deere's factory wiring only allows the additional work lights to be on with the flashers, I'd prefer them w/o flashers, or both options.

    Probably going to end up just wiring in my own switch with aftermarket LEDs.
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    I have a 3320 and would love to convert my factory lights to LED. Q
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    I have a 1999 model year 790. I have added rear LED lights, and would absolutely love to replace bulbs in the OEM light bar on the front with LEDs. Night and day difference between the two. I almost enjoy driving backwards now!
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    I have a 2005 990. I bought the rear factory lights from GFP and wish they were LED's instead of bulbs. They would give much more light. I wouldn't mind replacing the front and then if you came out with some extra ones where I could put them on my ROPS since the bucket on the FEL typically blocks the factory lights on the front.
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    I love LED lights. However, I will say that if you work in or blow snow. LED lights do not get warm enough to melt snow on the lens and you will end up wiping them off every few minutes if you do. we have a 3033R that we put LED lights in the headlights and ended up switching them back to incandescent bulbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty72 View Post
    I don't care about swapping the stock headlights, but I need additional lights on my 2320, and LED is seeming to be the way to go.
    Also, I don't like how deere's factory wiring only allows the additional work lights to be on with the flashers, I'd prefer them w/o flashers, or both options.

    Probably going to end up just wiring in my own switch with aftermarket LEDs.
    Tapped off the battery into a switch and put 3 led lights on top of the Original Cab roof ( 2 forward facing and 1 rear facing). Got the lights from Tractor Supply on sale. More light than the original light set up and not blocked by the bucket or other implements. I would buy a replacement for the original lights in a heartbeat.
    2320 200cx loader, 46 backhoe, 54"snowblower, original cab, Titan 42" forks, welded on hooks by neighbor.

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    Stock headlights...

    Leds on the Rops....

    No brainer for me!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails IMG_3001.JPG   IMG_3002.JPG  
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    Posted for general info only. Not suggesting you alter your tractor based upon my feeble minded posts. Do so at your own risk. Maintenance and mods should be performed by a JD Dealer, or refer to your owners and maintenance manuals for proper procedures.


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    I have the factory led package and have to say the photo's above say it all. I don't think I would change the headlight because the led's are way to bright for road use.

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