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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; Hey I know opinions vary but I am not looking to break the bank on a rear facing light for when working.. I see this ...

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    Rear Facing Work Light

    Hey I know opinions vary but I am not looking to break the bank on a rear facing light for when working.. I see this at TSC any other opinions?



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    I've had great luck with the lights from rough country. Really good quality for the price. Run the. On 2 atvs my truck and side by side
    Off-Road LED Lights | Lighting & Accessories | Rough Country Suspension Systems®

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    Thanks, I never understood what people were talking about when they would say "curved" now I get it from looking at the site you posted... that curved would give me some side facing light ??? Hmmm... might take my 20 inch off the front and move to back then put a curved up front... need more money

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    That's correct. Instead of all your light pointing directly forward out of a straight bar the curved will throw more light out to each side.

    Wish I could give you some insight on the tractor supply light bar you posted but I know nothing about them. It does seem like every time I go to tsc they are always on sale though.

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    Thanks but the link you sent has me now looking at these, might be easier to position in a way to have better work light...


    To many choices

    2-inch Square Cree LED Lights (X5 Series) [76903] | Rough Country Suspension Systems®

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    Those cube lights you posted are great. I've got them on my truck for backup lights. Those are the new x5 lights they offer. Most cubes only have 4 leds inside. They squeezed a 5th led right in the middle so you get even more light output. All of those options also come with a basic wiring harness as well.

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    I bought some cube led off eBay for $16 came with 2. Work perfectly. One on my ranger and one on my dads mule.
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    cool you have the same LE as me.. got any link?

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    So when a company lists 50 Cube and it's a pair, is that 25 watts each?
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    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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