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I like lots of light with out breaking the bank. Added these LED "spot light" cubes recently with a duel lighted switch for top and bottom. Wired direct from the battery to a small fuse panel, then to the switch and lights. Had them mounted on 2 previous sleds that were driven over 20,000 miles and no issues ever. Really light up the trail for about $100 total investment plus lots of time wiring. I'll aim the top ones out further and the lower ones about 10 feet ahead of the sled. Much better for oncoming sleds to see you coming day or night. They light up every little bump in the trail at night, so no more "surprises."


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Here you are:

Switch:

Lights:

I modified this bracket to mount the lights:
The bracket is not the best but I got it to work. It would work better if you were mounting 1 light.

Fuse Panel:
For the lights and my GPS
 

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I've also used the 30 degree spot lights from Super Bright LEDs . com, they are very good but over twice the price.

 
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