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Thought I would share my LED install. Saw someone on here give a thumbs up to the Lamphus Cruizer series so decided to give it a try after finding them on eBay. The buy-it-now is $79.99 but I caught one on an auction for $70.99 so I pulled the trigger. Very solid construction and the mounts really tackle the weird angles on the push bar.
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I have OCD from working on turbine engines for 20+ years so wanted everything clean and neat on the install. I ran the harness back through/besides the drivers side headlight and used a grommet to get under the hood.
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Once inside, I piggy backed up the headlight wiring and did a simple fused tap off the battery through a lighed LED switch I mounted beside the steering wheel.
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Thought about using a relay to power them through the headlight switch, but there will be times I won't want them on when heading to my stand. I cleaned up the dealer install of my winch and found a good ground on the front of the radiator.
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It's hard to believe how much light comes out of it for only being a 12" bar. You be the judge.
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Well done. Great light.
 

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Looks good. You need some led head light bulbs now to match your bar.
 

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Very nice!!!, it might have been mine you seen, i've had the same 12" light on my brush guard for awhile, and i had done the led rocker switch by the steering wheel too. Still works GREAT!!
 

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Very nice!!!, it might have been mine you seen, i've had the same 12" light on my brush guard for awhile, and i had done the led rocker switch by the steering wheel too. Still works GREAT!!
So I owe you the beer! Drop by anytime. The garage fridge is always stocked.
 
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Looks good. You need some led head light bulbs now to match your bar.
I don't know about that. I kinda like the low profile and dimness of the regular old headlights. Makes creeping through the woods a bit easier at zero dark thirty in the morning on the way to kill Bambi.
 
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