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I have never done very much night work with my 2305. I am, however, aware that the headlights are blocked with a loader or snow blower. I am much more likely to run the snow blower in the dark. I don't expect to use it that much so I didn't want to spend too much. I bought a pair of inexpensive switches and LED light bars. I am very pleased with the end result. I also took the opportunity to move the tail lights inside the ROPS.

Here are some pictures for your entertainment.

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Headlights only and headlights w/LED bar
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Rear view without bar and with LED light bar
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Switches
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And, the obligatory, "yes I installed a fuse photo"
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Thanks for looking!

Lee
 

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Nice work, very clean install!:bigthumb:
 

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Perfect Lee, very nice:thumbup1gif:
 
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Very nice....really like the switches....:good2:
 

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Nice Lights!

I opted for a height even with the ROPS. Couldn't go higher due to garage door. Couldn't go lower due to operating backhoe-hurts hitting my head!

Purchased a 72w and two 18w's off of Amazon. Also a switch/relay kit. Paid less then 60$ delivered.

Difference is night and day...
 

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Very nice install. i'm getting to do mine this spring. thanks for sharing your ideas. Be Safe:bigthumb::bigthumb:
 
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