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Smile Cub Cadet help please?!!

I got a new Cub Cadet 26"HD 3 stage blower last year. They didn't come w the LED light bars then so I was suckered into buying one. Now they come standard on the HD models. Anyway the dash light sucks. Blocked mainly by the chute. So I thought "an LED light bar? Awesome!!" Well it is ok. Wudnt say awesome. Could have used like twice the LED's and included a switch!! I'm thinking of removing their light bar and getting one of those like vehicle off road LED light bars in its place. Only thing I've read is that the Cub alternator puts out AC not D.C. And is like 37 Volts?! Can anyone verify this is true?? If that's the case I'm kinda SOL at putting a new light bar in. My second thought is to wire in series a second Cub LED light bar?! 2 wud be better than one!! Cubs CS sucks!! They stopped returning my emails??!! Pretty crappy I know!! I spent quite a bit of money with them and all I want is some more light!! Not much to ask!! So I am reaching out to wonderful people like u for advice here!! Any input would be greatly appreciated!! Thank u very much!! 😎☃️❄️
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since its technically a honda clone it should be putting out around 12volts dc at idle and 14 volts dc at full throttle, test it with a multimeter
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