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I am looking for the best led mod for my 28/deluxe. I have seen a bunch but not sure which is the best. I like the one with the 2 on the auger housing.
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I feel the auger housing is a bad spot. Because....

1. You can't see the sides of your machine. For example, your tires are in a bad spot going down the sidewalk.

2. I have went thru snow higher that the bucket. Going over the bucket straight into the lights is abusive to your lights.

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Led light on auger

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The auger housing is not a bad place to install your led light. That is where I installed mine and it is raised several inches above the auger housing. Also, I have installed two side marker lights on my snow blower. This gives increased visibility from both sides. I have posted a image with the auger mounted Led in the gallery section.

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I feel the auger housing is a bad spot. Because....

1. You can't see the sides of your machine. For example, your tires are in a bad spot going down the sidewalk.

2. I have went thru snow higher that the bucket. Going over the bucket straight into the lights is abusive to your lights.
And if you ever need to separate the tractor from the bucket - i.e. belt change - you've now got wiring that'll need to be disconnected, one way or another.

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And if you ever need to separate the tractor from the bucket - i.e. belt change - you've now got wiring that'll need to be disconnected, one way or another.
Non-issue, IMO, because:
https://www.google.com/search?biw=12...&q=2-wire+plug



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Auger mounted light

You can install a quick disconnect so you can remove the light if you have to turn the snow blower on its auger housing. I have posted a image in the gallery section.

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The best would be the best for no flicker as well easiest install. Lights would be on the auger housing
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