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    New JD led headlight option

    just kidding, JD could never offer something so awesome.lol

    Had a buddy helping with some firewood, a chunk rolled over top edge of bucket and right into one of my headlight lens. Priced a new light from dealer at $80....so i bought these lights on ebay for half that price, made a braket up and viola.

    i think they turned out great, you?

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    Real snazzy job there.

    I like!!!
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    Very sharp.....and (brilliant idea)
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    Where's the make everyone jealous night test pictures?
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    That's a bright idea right there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue87fj60 View Post
    Where's the make everyone jealous night test pictures?
    I haven't even tested them at night yet

    Hopefully tonight I will give em a test run
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leney View Post
    just kidding, JD could never offer something so awesome.lol

    Had a buddy helping with some firewood, a chunk rolled over top edge of bucket and right into one of my headlight lens. Priced a new light from dealer at $80....so i bought these lights on ebay for half that price, made a braket up and viola.

    i think they turned out great, you?
    Funny you should say that.....JD does offer an "all LED" option on the new 5R. It costs roughly 1.3 million dollars......

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    Great job . As others have said , let's see how they look at night . You may have opened a can of worms as many members have asked about led lighting !!!!
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    I bet those suckers are really bright, I've witnessed firsthand the brightness of LED light bars half the size of those and they are super bright. I wonder if they could be modded to sit behind the lens for those of us with both lenses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jhays View Post
    I bet those suckers are really bright, I've witnessed firsthand the brightness of LED light bars half the size of those and they are super bright. I wonder if they could be modded to sit behind the lens for those of us with both lenses.


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    They are. The 54" on my gator is like sunlight.....

    They do pull a lot of amperage (well, it's all relative) so you do have to consider wire sizing and relays.....

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