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    Bronze Member billrjr's Avatar
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    Default Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    I cracked the headlight on my kubota. It didn't look all that bad.

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    I figured I'd just replace the broken light. Well, I called the dealer to order the part and the head light enclosure is actually two headlights all in one piece. A piece that costs $300.

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    Super Star Member murphy1244's Avatar
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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    I wouldn't bother for that kind of cash. More dings to come if you truly use it.
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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    Yah, those modular headlights can get very pricey. I'd check ebay, or do a search for Kabota B2320 headlights before I popped for 3 big ones. Just sayin...
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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    Windshield chip repair kit or service.

    Bruce

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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    Quote Originally Posted by bcp View Post
    Windshield chip repair kit or service.
    Superglue...

    Aaron Z
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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    leave it alone. you can notice that at all. save your money

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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    Seal it up so water or dust can't get in, then put on a good set of after market lights, preferably LED's. The after markets will be cheaper and have the bonus of actually being useful. Stock lights with a loader are practically useless.
    RB

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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    For three bills PIAA makes bada$$ 3.5" LED driving lights. If your going to spend it forget the factories "useless because the loader is right in the way lights" and get something useful.

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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    Agreed with all above. Don't buy new if you replace it at all. Find something cheap to seal it and make the investment in good lights.

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    Default Re: Did you think the damage wasn't too bad? And then.....

    It's beneficial to have an imperfection like this, otherwise you spend too much time worrying about when you're going to get that first one.
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