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Hi everyone,
I am looking to pull a 6x10 landscape trailer with my 1025R. Is there any way to run the hazard lights on the trailer as well as the tractor? Is there a hookup on the back of the tractor anywhere? Thanks!
 

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You could tap into the flashers and if you use some of these LED side marker lights they do not draw much power and you should be fine.
 

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There is a junction where the wiring plugs in down by the rops & 3pt arms
There is. In fact when I recently installed my front and rear sidemarker lamps, I traced all of the lighting wires (with the help of the factory wiring diagram) and found all of the connections at the base of the ROPS (the ROPS lights have a harness that needs to be snaked through a hole where the light mounts down through the ROPS tube on each side. On the end of each lamp harness is a set of male/female 'bullet' style electrical quick connectors that connect to the body harness one either side of the transmission).

Also, I noticed in the 1026R wiring schematic that there is a 'standard' trailer connector on the main harness schematic for that model SCUT. Attached is a comparison of the harness similarities in terms of wire color/function between the 1026 and 1025. Looks like you could probably buy a standard trailer connector and wire it to the correct function using the schematics.

Here are the schematics.
 

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So that's what all the extra bullet plugs are for!
I have all of the available factory lights and there are still a bunch of plugs left un-used. I just might wire up a connector for my trailers!


Mr. Moose
 
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