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    Veteran Member GPintheMitten's Avatar
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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Good idea. I also have the dynamo, so I'm going to go LED. I think I'll try one forward and one rearward to see if it is enough light. Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by dex3361 View Post
    I mounted 4, 27 watt LED lights. 2 mounted forward and 2 mounted backward. I have the low amp dynamo so this was much cheaper than an upgrade and there is great light nearly 360 degrees around. Here is a link to the ones I bought. LEDSTORES

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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Quote Originally Posted by AStanton View Post
    I bought this magnetic light from Northern Tool for use on my BX-25. It plugs into your 12-volt accessory port; I believe is was about $40. In the pic, you will see a small pet collar. The magnet is strong. The collar was for added piece of mind.
    I like that idea, nice and simple. Thanks!

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    Platinum Member Firefighter Kubota's Avatar
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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Before leds were reasonable I installed 4 55w lights.. and have the 40 amp alt upgrade. I'll probably swap them out this year.

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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    I bought 2 LED lights from Amazon for about $50 and mounted on ROPS using existing nuts that were welded on ROPS. Used angle irons for shelf brackets and wired up under the left rear fender using switch. Seems to work well.....we'll see when the snow flies if I need more light.

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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Quote Originally Posted by sandyc View Post
    I bought 2 LED lights from Amazon for about $50 and mounted on ROPS using existing nuts that were welded on ROPS. Used angle irons for shelf brackets and wired up under the left rear fender using switch. Seems to work well.....we'll see when the snow flies if I need more light.
    Snow's coming soon!! We've had a few flakes here and there, and one 2 to 4" fall so far, I think it's going to be a snowy one...

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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    I used a piece of white pvc pipe (painted black) and mounted two 27 watt led flood lights to the pvc, then ty rapped it to the ROPS. I also installed 2 switches so I don't drain my battery. On my B2630, there were power leads under the rear right wheel well. I picked up the 27 watt led's on ebay for $26 each. They are really bright.
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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Quote Originally Posted by dex3361 View Post
    I mounted 4, 27 watt LED lights. 2 mounted forward and 2 mounted backward. I have the low amp dynamo so this was much cheaper than an upgrade and there is great light nearly 360 degrees around. Here is a link to the ones I bought. LEDSTORES
    The LEDSTORES add says they are available as a flood or spot light pattern; which do you recomend?

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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Quote Originally Posted by Howard92 View Post
    The LEDSTORES add says they are available as a flood or spot light pattern; which do you recomend?
    With lower quality LEDS its often hard to see the real difference in the two but the spots still create a great flood.... where you loose a little penetration with the floods... I'd go spots all the way... doubt you'll even notice much of a difference
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    Default Re: Lighting up my B2320

    Quote Originally Posted by Howard92 View Post
    The LEDSTORES add says they are available as a flood or spot light pattern; which do you recomend?
    Here are some cheap light from Northern Tool on my BX. They are floods. I have them set out to the side so I can see to mow in the dark.


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