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Hello all, for those who are like me and don't want to mess with wires, you can get a rechargeable flood\work light. I've added pictures and videos.

You will need a couple items
This is the "Stay Headlight" part that is attached to my snowblower holding the light. Here is the part number and link for purchase.
36202-767-C30
Part number 12 on the website.
$53.72

1/4 in - 20 Lock Nuts
1/4 in Lock Washers
1/4 in - 20 x 1 in Screws
Plant Amber Orange Liquid Fruit
Orange Font Cuisine Food Transparency
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All 3 bags are about $1-$2 each at Home Depot.

Here are the lights I chose, any of these 2 will work, both lights are about $50 each.

Heres my set up on my HS928, the light is super bright and last for a couple hours.
 

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would like to see better how you mount this.
 

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At Amtrak, I used to put magnetic, battery, red LED on the rear of flats when I moved them over the rails at night .... Those magnets were awesome ..... Our mechanics had white ones ... Not sure where they got them.
 
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