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Are there any aftermarket options for the 2025R ROPS Light Brush Guards? When I check my dealer page they don't show prices or availability. Just contact Dealer?

Please share photos of what you did! I won't drill into the ROPS and want to add Strobe and LED work lights. It seems there are some good options but I would like to mount to Brush Guard.

I appreciate any help!
 
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A good place to start is Bolt on Hooks. Yes, they are a lot more than bucket hooks.

ROPS clamps - you won’t find a better product or better customer service.


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Thanks! The eBay set looks attractive for the additional light mounts. Unless it's just a stock photo the holes don't look like they would line up with the ROPS. I'll message them if I go that way. Thanks again!
 

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These are what I have:
KUAFU Brush Light Guards Compatible with John Deere JD 1023 1025R 1026R 2025R Warning Light Brush Guard Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08Y8DG4X...abc_4WNK29CT3M9392F9GNJT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
They look like they ones in Jimmy's post. I don't think that they will provide that much protection for the lights as they are made of pretty then steel (I don't have any low branches to counted with). They have 2 holes to mount single lights - one facing rear on top, and one facing front on the bottom. I'll see if I have any pics and share later if I do. The price has gone up considerably since I got mine...
 

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A good place to start is Bolt on Hooks. Yes, they are a lot more than bucket hooks.

ROPS clamps - you won’t find a better product or better customer service.


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For a gen2 2025R you need these:
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That's where I would start if I were going to put on multiple lights.
 

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These are what I have:
KUAFU Brush Light Guards Compatible with John Deere JD 1023 1025R 1026R 2025R Warning Light Brush Guard Kit Amazon.com: KUAFU Brush Light Guards Compatible with John Deere JD 1023 1025R 1026R 2025R Warning Light Brush Guard Kit : Automotive
They look like they ones in Jimmy's post. I don't think that they will provide that much protection for the lights as they are made of pretty then steel (I don't have any low branches to counted with). They have 2 holes to mount single lights - one facing rear on top, and one facing front on the bottom. I'll see if I have any pics and share later if I do. The price has gone up considerably since I got mine...
Do the mounting holes line up with factory ROPS light mounts? I don't to drill any extra. Thanks!
 

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Do the mounting holes line up with factory ROPS light mounts? I don't to drill any extra. Thanks!
They go between the ROPS and the housing containg yellow flashers and red "tail" lights. They have holes for those mounting bolts as well as a hole that is split so that the wires to those lights go through it. Hope that makes sense - I am sick with a fever if my posts don't make sense I'm sorry.

In other words - no drilling is required.
 

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I think those look much nicer than factory. 👍
 
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They go between the ROPS and the housing containg yellow flashers and red "tail" lights. They have holes for those mounting bolts as well as a hole that is split so that the wires to those lights go through it. Hope that makes sense - I am sick with a fever if my posts don't make sense I'm sorry.

In other words - no drilling is required.
Thanks! I hope you feel better!!!
 
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