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    Veteran Member bandit67's Avatar
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    B3000 HSDCC

    Default Re: LED Lights

    I love the light and lower power draw of LEDs, but I need the heat generated by the halogens to keep the snow & ice from building up on the lights.
    2012 Kubota B3000, block heater, filled rears, rear wheel spacers, fender extensions, LA403 w/60" bucket, BH77 w/12" bucket & mechanical thumb, Kubota pin-type QA, Kubota forks, Caroni TM1600 flail, Buhler Allied YC6010 3pt blower, Meyer 72" FEL mounted plow, Midwest LR2072 rake



    Previous machines:

    2008 Kubota B3030 (Open Station), LA403, BH75, 4 - 55w halogen front & rear ROPS mounted worklights with L39 dash switches
    2004 Case NH DX24E Subcompact

    Kubotas from Barlow's

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    Gold Member pedalstomper78's Avatar
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    Case/IH DX33

    Default Re: LED Lights

    A lot of the LED lights have a heat sync on the back. Mine seem to stay clear of the white stuff in most cases.

    http://tractorhelp.com/media/catalog...m/img_6083.jpg

    LED or not, this daylight savings stuff sucks. LOL

  3. #33
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    GC2310,

    Default Re: LED Lights

    Quote Originally Posted by rvaitor View Post
    Are they standard replacement bulbs? Type aircraft? wig wag?
    Yes, they have drop in replacements. $229-$350 range.

    If you see these, you will want it. They are really bright, even brighter than the HID lights.

    Anyone who flies at night, should definitely invest in this.

  4. #34
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    JD 2320

    Default Re: LED Lights

    Quote Originally Posted by pedalstomper78 View Post
    There is a US place carrying the LED lights called tractorhelp.com. They also carry HID lights for a lot of tractors too I think.
    I wish I had known about them a little over a month ago. I bought a pair of 48w led work lights direct from China since I couldn't find any online from US companies that were that high of wattage. Delivered in 2 weeks they were $120. I would have gladly paid the US middleman an extra $10 apiece to get them sooner. As to the light output - all I have to say is holy helicopters batman - these are not your wimpy led flashlight bulbs. I had a couple of JD 55w oval worklights that were bright enough (one got cracked), but these 48w led worklights are like quasars. At a total of 7w less each light, the light output rivals some automotive highbeams. The best part is there's less glare than the JD ones when sitting in the seat. I have the worklights mounted in heavy duty brushguards just above the JD turn signals on the rops & had been getting some glare. Glad tractorhelp.com started carrying them at a good price.
    JD 2320, 200CX FEL, Frontier box blade, 54D MMM, LX5 rotary cutter, pallet forks, FEL plow, grapple

  5. #35
    Gold Member msb1766's Avatar
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    SC2450 Cub Cadet/Yanmar

    Default Re: LED Lights

    I have been thinking about getting one of these:
    Exploration Outfitters - 50 Watt LED Flood Light

    For a backup light.
    Cub Cadet/Yanmar TLB Sc2450, Ratchet Rake, Front Snowblower, Back Blade, Spreader, Middlebuster, Homemade Ballast, Homemade Cab
    CUB CADET RZTL54FAB
    Craftsman GT5000
    Wheelhorse GT-14

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    Veteran Member varmint's Avatar
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    Northern Maryland
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    Kubota B8200, then a Kubota L3130 HST, now a Kubota L3400 HST

    Default Re: LED Lights

    Forget wasting its power as a simple backup light- use it as a thruster to propel your vehicle backwards using its photon beam!

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    Gold Member pedalstomper78's Avatar
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    Case/IH DX33

    Default Re: LED Lights

    I've got HID's for headlights and LED's on the tractor for work lights. When I come along, flowers bloom, birds chirp, etc etc etc. Neighbor is asking if she can borrow the tractor instead of going tanning. LOL

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    Elite Member coobie's Avatar
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    Kubota RTV 900, JD 740,Kioti DK 40 with KL401 loader .

    Default Re: LED Lights

    I just ordered(2) 35 watt LED,s from Motorcycle LED Lights - High Power Motorcycle LED Light & Strobe Light | XKGlow.com got free shipping because they were over a $100 bucks.Same leds were $40 bucks more at nothern tool site plus shipping costs.
    Kioti DK40se hst cab with KL401 loader,Kubota RTV 900,John deere X740,Kioti 73 inch tiller.Ingersoll 4020 3pt,troy bilt tiller,Billy goat brush cutter.

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    Elite Member coobie's Avatar
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    Kubota RTV 900, JD 740,Kioti DK 40 with KL401 loader .

    Default Re: LED Lights

    Quote Originally Posted by coobie View Post
    I just ordered(2) 35 watt LED,s from Motorcycle LED Lights - High Power Motorcycle LED Light & Strobe Light | XKGlow.com got free shipping because they were over a $100 bucks.Same leds were $40 bucks more at nothern tool site plus shipping costs.
    Installed the leds this past weekend HOLY MOLLY what a difference from my old flood lights.coobie
    Kioti DK40se hst cab with KL401 loader,Kubota RTV 900,John deere X740,Kioti 73 inch tiller.Ingersoll 4020 3pt,troy bilt tiller,Billy goat brush cutter.

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    Gold Member pedalstomper78's Avatar
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    Case/IH DX33

    Default Re: LED Lights

    Saw the XK Glow ones and Northern tool. Pricey! The ones from Tractorhelp.com are $55 each right now.

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