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Love to see what everybody's got. Always good to see what gadgets, feeders, gun racks, lights, lifts etc people are running... Gives me good (or bad ideas).

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Added a few things to mine: 2" Lift, Forward A-Arms 28in tires on mine. Front receiver for the feeder (switch is wired for either the front or rear hitch). Still trying to figure out what I want to do for a rifle/bow rack.
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:20 PM   #2
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No mods yet on mine except the 50Ē light bar and side mirrors. Iíve got 70 miles on it so far, the only complaint is itís not very quiet but I knew that going in. Very happy with it, 2018 Yamaha Viking EPS






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Old 10-17-2018, 04:42 PM   #4
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I like those lights too. I saved the link he posted about them a while back but haven’t found it again.
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Old 10-17-2018, 04:51 PM   #7
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No mods yet on mine except the 50Ē light bar and side mirrors. Iíve got 70 miles on it so far, the only complaint is itís not very quiet but I knew that going in. Very happy with it, 2018 Yamaha Viking EPS

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The exhaust on the crew is loader than any of our previous ones but not obnoxious... Doesnít really seem to bug the critters either since we are fairly close to a highway and there is traffic from the Livestock folks.
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Old 10-17-2018, 06:16 PM   #8
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I like those lights too. I saved the link he posted about them a while back but havenít found it again.

Found em from a previous post:

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Old 10-17-2018, 06:23 PM   #9
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I donít have a very good pic of it right now. Iíll put this here as a placeholder for now. It has the Rigid Dually cubes mounted on the A Pillar, roof, grab bar, and homemade high rack fort he back for now.
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Can you show where you ran the wires and mounted the interior lights?
I have a total of two interior lights. One under the front dash to illuminate the front floorboard, and one on the center roll bar to illuminate the cab (it illuminates the rear floor board to so no need for one back there). I was surprised at how bright they are, one light illuminates the entire cab, and one light up front is more than enough for creeping around at night. I can post pics this weekend, but for the center roll bar light, I just brought it out of the hood at the front passenger roll bar and followed the roll bar to the middle bar. My windshield and roof hide the wires. For the under dash one, i just brought it though the steering column if i remember correctly. The under dash one was the only one i drilled since i couldnt zip tie it.
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They are rock lights off amazon. Have had them for almost 8 months now and no issues, they are well built and cheap. I try to run as dark as possible at night at the ranch, so my headlights were a bit to bright. Mounted one of these upfront and it provides plenty of cruising light.

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Correct, that is them. Like them so far, as said above they appear to be well built and are fairly cheap.

I have one zip tied to the front for a driving light and it works great.
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Old 10-17-2018, 06:40 PM   #12
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I have a total of two interior lights. One under the front dash to illuminate the front floorboard, and one on the center roll bar to illuminate the cab (it illuminates the rear floor board to so no need for one back there). I was surprised at how bright they are, one light illuminates the entire cab, and one light up front is more than enough for creeping around at night. I can post pics this weekend, but for the center roll bar light, I just brought it out of the hood at the front passenger roll bar and followed the roll bar to the middle bar. My windshield and roof hide the wires. For the under dash one, i just brought it though the steering column if i remember correctly. The under dash one was the only one i drilled since i couldnt zip tie it.

They are rock lights off amazon. Have had them for almost 8 months now and no issues, they are well built and cheap. I try to run as dark as possible at night at the ranch, so my headlights were a bit to bright. Mounted one of these upfront and it provides plenty of cruising light.



Correct, that is them. Like them so far, as said above they appear to be well built and are fairly cheap.

I have one zip tied to the front for a driving light and it works great.
That little light throws that well out front?

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Yes id say its a good 30 or 40 yards of light. Almost too bright for what I was wanting, but its still better than super bright headlights. From afar, it just looks like a little green eye looking at you which I like. Id say im comfortable running 20mph in unknown terrain at night with this light. I do 30 down my ranch roads no problem.

If you're looking for spotlight brightness, this is not your light, but if you wanna creep around undetected by animals, cant go wrong with this setup.
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I have a total of two interior lights. One under the front dash to illuminate the front floorboard, and one on the center roll bar to illuminate the cab (it illuminates the rear floor board to so no need for one back there). I was surprised at how bright they are, one light illuminates the entire cab, and one light up front is more than enough for creeping around at night. I can post pics this weekend, but for the center roll bar light, I just brought it out of the hood at the front passenger roll bar and followed the roll bar to the middle bar. My windshield and roof hide the wires. For the under dash one, i just brought it though the steering column if i remember correctly. The under dash one was the only one i drilled since i couldnt zip tie it.

They are rock lights off amazon. Have had them for almost 8 months now and no issues, they are well built and cheap. I try to run as dark as possible at night at the ranch, so my headlights were a bit to bright. Mounted one of these upfront and it provides plenty of cruising light.



Correct, that is them. Like them so far, as said above they appear to be well built and are fairly cheap.

I have one zip tied to the front for a driving light and it works great.
Thanks I just bought some! It appears we have the same rig just about!


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Thanks I just bought some! It appears we have the same rig just about!
Oh yea, you're in good shape for hiding the wires behind the roof and windshield! Ill get some pics of my install this weekend, its pretty clean, cant see any wires. Ill just throw a link to what all I used for the install. You may have this stuff laying around, but ordering wire and heat shrink was cheap enough so i didnt have to worry about not having anything once i got all the way out to the ranch.

Wire:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Heat shrink: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Switches:
(1 for interior, 1 for front driving light): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Used a sharp knife to cut the switch blanks out of the dash.

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Just used some crimp on connectors with loops I had laying around. Also used crimp connectors to connect the lights to the wires.

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Old 10-17-2018, 10:01 PM   #18
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Yes id say its a good 30 or 40 yards of light. Almost too bright for what I was wanting, but its still better than super bright headlights. From afar, it just looks like a little green eye looking at you which I like. Id say im comfortable running 20mph in unknown terrain at night with this light. I do 30 down my ranch roads no problem.

If you're looking for spotlight brightness, this is not your light, but if you wanna creep around undetected by animals, cant go wrong with this setup.
Thats all i want. Ive got HID conversions in my headlights and dont like them when riding out in the morning. The light carries for 5 acres in the woods.

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Old 10-17-2018, 10:17 PM   #20
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So far pretty satisfied with my 2017 Viking. I hit plenty of water holes over the last 3 days with no issues.
Best machine for me for the money imo, paid $10k + normal fees & came with 3yr warranty.

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I like the rack, I want to do something like for the ranger actually for summer use... we use ours to ferry people and junk down to the boat dock.
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I don't own one. Wish that I did. That said, buddy on the lease has a John Deere. It is amazing how sweet the ride is! These things are great. Like riding on a cloud compared to my Jeep Wrangler.
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Yes id say its a good 30 or 40 yards of light. Almost too bright for what I was wanting, but its still better than super bright headlights. From afar, it just looks like a little green eye looking at you which I like. Id say im comfortable running 20mph in unknown terrain at night with this light. I do 30 down my ranch roads no problem.

If you're looking for spotlight brightness, this is not your light, but if you wanna creep around undetected by animals, cant go wrong with this setup.
I installed these same lights after seeing your original post. They are awesome lights and we rarely use the headlights any more. We also put electrical tape over the tops of the bulbs to lessen the light some. Great lights and cheap!
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Oh yea, you're in good shape for hiding the wires behind the roof and windshield! Ill get some pics of my install this weekend, its pretty clean, cant see any wires. Ill just throw a link to what all I used for the install. You may have this stuff laying around, but ordering wire and heat shrink was cheap enough so i didnt have to worry about not having anything once i got all the way out to the ranch.

Wire:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Heat shrink: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Switches:
(1 for interior, 1 for front driving light): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Used a sharp knife to cut the switch blanks out of the dash.

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Just used some crimp on connectors with loops I had laying around. Also used crimp connectors to connect the lights to the wires.
Thanks I bought a 4 pack of lights. I was going to use two for interior and two for cargo/backup lights. Might have to put one up front like you suggested as well.
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Looks good, this is my second ranger I've done the forward A-Arms to and I feel like it handles a little better as well. So far camber and alignment seem to be pretty on even though we did it by eyeball.
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Love to see what everybody's got. Always good to see what gadgets, feeders, gun racks, lights, lifts etc people are running... Gives me good (or bad ideas).

Edit:
Added a few things to mine: 2" Lift, Forward A-Arms 28in tires on mine. Front receiver for the feeder (switch is wired for either the front or rear hitch). Still trying to figure out what I want to do for a rifle/bow rack.


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I like it. Didnít do much for the dust but helped a ton with the back passengers getting soaked in the rain.
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Old 10-18-2018, 02:38 PM   #49
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Old 10-18-2018, 02:40 PM   #50
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