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If I was in the auto parts outlet, what bulbs would work for my Deere 212?
Parts book calls for AD2062R (SUB for AM35170).
Is there an equivalent?
 

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I think it’s 1156.

Bring a dead one and it will match up to a stock bulb.
 

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There is a problem with the regular led lights. I can’t remember exactly, but I think they are to hot for the small fixture and melt them. It’s either that or they flicker without a resistor.

People that want led lights go here.

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sold out

There is a problem with the regular led lights. I can’t remember exactly, but I think they are to hot for the small fixture and melt them. It’s either that or they flicker without a resistor.

People that want led lights go here.

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This site says that the are sold out of these bulbs.
 

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This site says that the are sold out of these bulbs.
Give him a call. Snow season is his busy season, and I don’t know of any other option
 

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Cleaned the three fixtures and installed a new light switch, three 1156 bulbs.
Nice to have light, just in case we get white wet cold nasty junque.

I've seen some Z type brackets high on the frame, front, with spotlights. Where might they come from?

I have a new pair, 4" LED lights, never used 'em, thinking, "These might be nice for snow plowing in the dark."
 
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