I wanted adjustable lighting (point in any direction) on my 1025r and didn't want to pay the dealer the 200 bucks or whatever absurd thing they were asking for aux lights, so I bout some 27w LED flood lights on amazon for less than 20 bucks (very bright!) and a pair of magnet mounts from Tractor Supply for 10 bucks each and a pair of two pronged trailer plugs for interfacing with the factory wiring:
I also picked up some of those corrugated wire organizers/covers which ended up serving only to help snake the wires through the ROPS, which was very, very easy.
Anyway, here is the vid, hope this helps some people who were wondering how to interface with the factory wiring harness. Please ignore the trailer full of trash that is going to the dump as soon as it stops raining.
A note on the factory light plugs...they are black purple wires than end in what look like plastic tube/cap things. Those tube things come apart (don't be shy, they take a bit of force, but don't rip the wire either...use a pair of pliers to hold the base while you work to remove the cap). You can of course clip them off and crimp or solder on something else, but those TSC plugs work nicely with them, as the video shows.