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    I'm planning to order these lights and I would like to hear from those who have used them as to if there is a noticeable difference in performance between the 4 3/4" and 6" lights, and if the 3 light kit would be necessary/superior to the 2 light kit. Any help from owners would be appreciated. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnatic View Post
    I'm planning to order these lights and I would like to hear from those who have used them as to if there is a noticeable difference in performance between the 4 3/4" and 6" lights, and if the 3 light kit would be necessary/superior to the 2 light kit. Any help from owners would be appreciated. Thank you.
    I just installed the 4 3/4"-2 light kit a few weeks ago. I mounted them on the ROPS under the top of my BX25 to give them a bit more protection from stray branches, etc. They really do light up the night especially with the headlights on too. They will basically be used seasonally during the winter with the front snowplow. The install was pretty easy once I found and removed the tape from the extra power wires on the tractor. In hindsight, I should have purchased the 3 light kit because there is a need to see when backing up on those cold dark nights. All parts seem to be of good quality and everything needed for the install is included. I'm happy!
    BX25, "60" MMM, 3 point hitch, Brinly 12" cat 0 1 bottom plow, TSC Countyline carry all, Kubota ballast box, 4X4 Loyal drag harrow, BXpanded Piranha tooth bar, Bro-Tek rear skid plate, Bro-Tek wheel spacers, Bro-Tek backhoe ripper tooth. Kubota BX2763A front plow, Phoenix T4 48" rototiller, Harbor Freight Quick Hitch, BXpanded Quick-on Work light Kit.

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    Default Re: BX Expanded Work Light Kit

    In my case, I was in a hurry to get it done for an upcoming hay ride. So I ordered the small set of two and they worked fine for me just like paulemar. If one wants to get more involved in such lighting, he could spend quite a bit more or a bit less. The BX-Expanded product does just as it describes and served me well on the BX. I then transfered them to my new kubota B2620 where they hooked up just as easily. I think my BX2660 could have handled a three light set up, especially if there were a seperate set of switches. Cheers Mike
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    Default Re: BX Expanded Work Light Kit

    I have the smaller set and they throw plenty of light. I have a front mount snowblower and the stock headlights are effectively blocked by the blower (and the FEL when it's being used) so these lights are an excellent addition. You'll like them--plenty of light from the smaller ones.

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    Default Re: BX Expanded Work Light Kit

    I got my father a set for XMas, went with the smaller set and just 2 of them. Now I wonder if a 3rd for backing up would have been a good idea.....dammmmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomtint View Post
    I got my father a set for XMas, went with the smaller set and just 2 of them. Now I wonder if a 3rd for backing up would have been a good idea.....dammmmmm.
    I'll probably wait until this coming summer, but I think I'll add an LED facing the rear. There are only 2 wires to tap the new light into, so that will be the easy part. Making a decent looking, functional, mounting bracket will a little more of a challenge. It's too bad they don't make an add-a-light kit or sell the mounting brackets separately for those of us who now think the 3 light option would have been a better choice. Hint, Hint!
    BX25, "60" MMM, 3 point hitch, Brinly 12" cat 0 1 bottom plow, TSC Countyline carry all, Kubota ballast box, 4X4 Loyal drag harrow, BXpanded Piranha tooth bar, Bro-Tek rear skid plate, Bro-Tek wheel spacers, Bro-Tek backhoe ripper tooth. Kubota BX2763A front plow, Phoenix T4 48" rototiller, Harbor Freight Quick Hitch, BXpanded Quick-on Work light Kit.

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    Default Re: BX Expanded Work Light Kit

    Thank you so much for your advice. Based on your recommendations, I just ordered a 3 light set of the smaller lights. I appreciate your help.

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