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Old 12-28-2017, 08:05 PM
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Nice ideas here though. Thanks. I'm still getting an RTV but I held off for now. The Canadian exchange rate is too bad right now. I don't like giving money away.
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Gotta make sure it's right financially for you, definitely. Once you get one I know you'll love it.
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Old 12-28-2017, 08:25 PM
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I already love it. Tried one at my dealer. He is located on a big hill so the wife, son and I piled in it and climbed hills so steep I was nervous to rule out all the stories I had read that they are gutless.
And I don't want a cab tractor because I work in the bush at home here, so I want to get an RTV with a vee plow to have the cab, then just blow the banks with the tractor on days that aren't windy.
Plus I use my atv's more for work than trail riding, so I think the RTV would be a good fit for me.
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I'm in the process of mounting a 40" light bar on the front of my X1100C and two small pod light on each side of the rear. I noticed that the cab is prewired for lights. That is a great design, however I can't find the factory switches that go in the overhead panel. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm in the process of mounting a 40" light bar on the front of my X1100C and two small pod light on each side of the rear. I noticed that the cab is prewired for lights. That is a great design, however I can't find the factory switches that go in the overhead panel. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I think you have to buy them from kubota. Thatís where I got mine at

Brett
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I bought mine from Ebay. Like $22 for 10 of them. Kubota wants around $20 just for one. I know the ones I got are probably Chinese crap but they work and I have plenty of extras if they ever do go out. Most of my buddies that have atvs or side x sides have used them and haven't had any issues. I'm pretty sure the bigger rocker switches are fairly consistent in size so they should pop right into the slot, at least mine did. You can find many different kinds too. Different color lights. Plain, wording, or symbols that light up.

They weren't plug and play though. I took the 5 pin connectors and cut them off and wired them directly to the switch blades. It's not as nice as using the connectors but once you have them connected you shouldn't have to mess with them ever again (or see them since they are behind the switch/panel).
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