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    2009 L5240HST

    Default Re: Work light connectors for my L5240.

    I plan on putting 2 switches, 1 for the front and 1 for the rear.

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    JD 5055E

    Default Re: Work light connectors for my L5240.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyangel View Post
    I have thought of using those plugs for work lights too. If you use those plugs, do you need to add a switch between the light and the connector? It is unclear if the plug it always hot or if its tied to another switch (i.e. headlights).
    Yes you will need a switch. The plugs become hot when you turn on the key.
    I used four 27W LED lights, and two switches mounted in a plastic box attached to the ROPS.

    Best, Bill

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    Kubota l3800hst

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    Thanks for the topic was in middle of installing lights when I found it. Made it much easer for me to add lights I did add a switch for each lite. Worked well and now can turn off a lite when looking behind me so I don't get blinded

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