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Light bar for top of bucket - does such a thing exist?

I'm looking for a weatherproof, **rechargeable** light bar that would attach to the top of the bucket via magnets.


Has anyone ever come across anything remotely similar to this, or have other ideas for removable, rechargeable light kits to supplement the built in halogen?


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There’s a lot of info for adding Led lights in this forum.


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@ gray,

Magnetic lights certainly have there place, but riding on an actively running snowblower bucket I would not think would be on of them, unless also somehow hard mounted as well.
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@ gray,

Magnetic lights certainly have there place, but riding on an actively running snowblower bucket I would not think would be on of them, unless also somehow hard mounted as well.

That would be fun if it vibrated off into the ribbons and got chewed up or snapped all the shear bolts!
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