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 Anyone have a source of where to find tail lights to replace on these  fenders ?  Tractor supply, AutoZone any place or parts supplier ?

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I don't have the answer to this question but I would like to know what it is so I'm going to follow along.....

 

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25 minutes ago, ebinmaine said:

I don't have the answer to this question but I would like to know what it is so I'm going to follow along.....

 

Thanx Eric!👍

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Most any auto parts store will have them.They are used mainly as marker lights on utility trailers.

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5 minutes ago, ebinmaine said:

@WVHillbilly520H

Big fan of the LEDs...

 Yep the best lighting ever was or the LED lights. These as well as lighting throughout my house! 

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20 minutes ago, The Tool Crib said:

 Yep the best lighting ever was or the LED lights. These as well as lighting throughout my house! 

Us too.

Whenever a bulb goes out in house or shop.. led replaces it.

 

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I posted a write up on LEDs in this thread: 

Any of the 4x2 surface mount trailer lights work well.  Several are linked above.  You will be happy!

 

 

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Has anybody added more than the stock number to theirs? I have a single light in the middle of my fender pan (Bronco 14), and was thinking about adding 2 more, one on each side like the newer ones have, giving me 3 total.

 

Not sure how i'd wire it though

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25 minutes ago, 71_Bronco said:

Has anybody added more than the stock number to theirs? I have a single light in the middle of my fender pan (Bronco 14), and was thinking about adding 2 more, one on each side like the newer ones have, giving me 3 total.

 

Not sure how i'd wire it though

 

Nick I haven't done it on a tractor but I've done it a few times on pickup trucks and semi trucks.

 

As long as you're using an LED  light that is self grounding or you have a good ground circuit tying all the lights together, you could run quite a good many lights on one tractor and the amperage draw is very minimal.

Running the circuitry for a lighting system is pretty close to being as easy as you can get. All you have to do is join in The hot wire to the other hot wires and if you have a ground, do the same thing. Otherwise the chassis is its own ground.

 

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picked up a pair of led lights at wal mart , 12 $ , great in the winter ,plowing or blowing snow , pete

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