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    1951 8N Ford, 1962? JD 4010 WF Gas, 1976 International 154 Loboy, New Holland T2410

    Default New Holland T2410 rear work light

    Decided just to use a simple bracket attachment rather than buying the bracket sold for the tractor. Not much to look at but hopefully it'll do. All connections soldered, taped and shrinktubed. Wired into lines made for worklight. Think I'll get one for other side too, may go with a high mount on that one. Used what was laying around. Plastic butterfly nut just something picked up along the way, probably found it in a parking lot.
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    Super Member tcreeley's Avatar
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    Cybervilla Estates
    Sold it to my wife for a dollar.

    Default Re: New Holland T2410 rear work light

    Looks very nice!
    moved - parts unknown - too political

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