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Old 12-16-2017, 03:02 AM
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You are correct! front and rear lights feed off same 15A fuse, beacon light gets separate 15A fuse. Said about Kubota is no color code list.
Do you know what switch is used for the beacon? Would be very easy to tap into that power source and separate them completely. In the panel there is only two plugs and the reat looked like bullet connectors. They donít make it easy as both the rear work light and the beacon light were green with a yellow tracer

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Isn't the beacon an option but the switch in diagram is not a lighted type, and gives no idea of where goes. Pics of kit show standard toggle so maybe on the dash.
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On my 40" single row LED light bar I installed a separate wiring harness from the battery that has a in-line fuse and a relay.

https://d114hh0cykhyb0.cloudfront.ne...ing_manual.pdf

The 6" back lights I used the internal Kubota wiring and added a switch in the dash .
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On my 40" single row LED light bar I installed a separate wiring harness from the battery that has a in-line fuse and a relay.

https://d114hh0cykhyb0.cloudfront.ne...ing_manual.pdf

The 6" back lights I used the internal Kubota wiring and added a switch in the dash .
Thatís a great idea and mightíve been a good way I shouldíve gone. So far itís working great and no issues when ran one at a time

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My two 22" light bars on my RTV:





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Looks good. Can you select between the spot and flood sections of the bars?
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Looks good. Can you select between the spot and flood sections of the bars?
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No. Itís on or off. Works great. Iíll take some nighttime pics tomorrow. Itís an amazing amount of light

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