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This is a discussion on Rear Facing Work Light within the Ranger XP 900 & 570 FS Discussions forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; checking them out now, always like to support "local" Originally Posted by teshreve Not certain, but this looks like the big clue (from the website): ...

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    checking them out now, always like to support "local"

    Quote Originally Posted by teshreve View Post
    Not certain, but this looks like the big clue (from the website):
    Each light contains 5, 5 watt High Intensity CREE LED

    I would consider these guys too:
    ****Totron Cubes $75 pair Shipped****

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    The TSC lights work but not built very well. Father n law bought a few on Black Friday and I put them on his doser. Didn't care for the color of them ether. They just seem "cheap" to me and one already has had water in between the leds and lens.
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    For what it's worth, I have a 10" bar on the back of my Ranger. Works well but if I had it to do over, I would definitely go with cubes mounted in such a way that I could turn them about 180 degrees left or right and maybe even up and down a bit (some sort of gimbal mount?). Additionally, I would mount several single LED bolts or rock-type lights under the bed or thereabouts to aid in trailer hook ups and detecting stuff like torn boots, the stump I just high centered on, or slow liberals that may have got caught under my wheels. Yeah, I know I could use a flashlight for that, but in my world, a flashlight is defined as a "cylindrical device used to store dead and, sometimes, corroded batteries."

    The amp draw for all that would be near negligible, so I would put the whole mess on one switch. Just my thoughts...
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    Rear Facing Work Light

    I've got about $20 in my rock lights

    Edit. I could get a good picture. Lots of light output.
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    Here is my set up
    LED Reverse lights mounted under the bed that turn on when put into reverse and the ones on the speaker bar with a switch.
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    Sweet setup, dude!
    I especially like the BBQ. It seems that we have a common interest with our Rangers: Mobile Party Platform®
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    That BBQ in the hitch just gave me the chills. What a fantastic idea.





    I cut these into my bad dawg rear bumper. Just some flush mount cubes that were pretty cheap on Amazon. These are switched on the dash work lights and I have 9w eagle eye LEDs for reverse lights.
    Also put a dozen white eagle eye LEDs under the rig for rock lights as well as the rigid green rock light kit for "Ambiance"


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    wow.. from lights to BBQ... I thought it was only JEEP that stood for "Just Empty Every Pocket" LOL

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    great advice as that is what I am looking to do.

    I have a 20" on my roof and it gives me tons of forward facing light enough for the farm work I do, just looking for additional light out back instead of a head lamp I wear or flashlight ... thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by fswan View Post
    For what it's worth, I have a 10" bar on the back of my Ranger. Works well but if I had it to do over, I would definitely go with cubes mounted in such a way that I could turn them about 180 degrees left or right and maybe even up and down a bit (some sort of gimbal mount?).

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    Here's a few pics that shows what two 40w rear pods can do.



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