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    New LED Lights

    Bought some LED lights from a local Truck/Trailer supply company. Lights are 6 bulb, rated for 300 feet, guranteed for 1 yr. Price was $57.50, and they have sold hundreds of them with no returns. Best price I've come across locally, or on the net for that matter. They supply to road construction and forestry companies primarily. Friend and neighbor who owns a forestry company turned me on to them. They have some new demo ones in rated for 600 feet that I may put on the ROPS for use when I have the FEL in use for moving snow.

    Couple of pics, but the pics don't really do justice, man are these bright! I'll try to shoot a vid or more pics next time I'm blowing snow.

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    Thanks Kenny, can hardly wait for the next storm to try them, and the new blower out.

    Here's a link to my facebook page on the tractor, couple more pics of the LED lights are there.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=dc51bb3faa

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    Yup George, you are definately getting brighter. You are going to want to be clearing snow all night with those things. And, that was a supper deal.
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    Huh? I didn't get any meals with it (supper)...

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    Yup George, you are definately getting brighter. You are going to want to be clearing snow all night with those things. And, that was a supper deal.

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    The lights look good, but I can also tell you from those pictures that your back and neck are in better shape than mine. LOL
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    They look real nice Dell! I've been looking at getting a pair of Rigid's Dually lights. However, they are a lot more expensive than the ones you picked up. I may need to shop around a bit. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by dellwas View Post
    Thanks Kenny, can hardly wait for the next storm to try them, and the new blower out.

    Here's a link to my facebook page on the tractor, couple more pics of the LED lights are there.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=dc51bb3faa
    Nice looking lights, I really need some in the worse way. I have rear lights that really work good but could use more up front. With the snow plow on and up lighting leaves a lot to be desired.
    BTW I would take those Facebook pictures off,,,,you look to be having waaaaay too much fun. Don't want people getting the wrong idea.
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    Ha, time will tell...

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    The lights look good, but I can also tell you from those pictures that your back and neck are in better shape than mine. LOL

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    MobileHID, a sponser here, has a comparable set for $59.

    http://www.mobilehid.com/proddetail.php?prod=led800

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave T View Post
    They look real nice Dell! I've been looking at getting a pair of Rigid's Dually lights. However, they are a lot more expensive than the ones you picked up. I may need to shop around a bit. :D

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