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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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Hello Everyone - Cab on the way for my 09, and I'll need to add some lights to help out with doing farm chores when it's dark.

I need a couple lights to help me see what i'm doing in the feedlots (i park the prowler in an aisle between them) and I need some lighting to help me see the stuff I have in the bed.

Thinking about two flood-style lights pointing left and right and a directed light for the bed, but maybe a flood would work for that too.

Wire all 3 lights up to separate switches and then....to the battery? On my other ATV I've wired things direct but that is most admittedly "farmer style."

You guys wire direct or what's the general method to the madness for the prowler?

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Hello Everyone - Cab on the way for my 09, and I'll need to add some lights to help out with doing farm chores when it's dark.

I need a couple lights to help me see what i'm doing in the feedlots (i park the prowler in an aisle between them) and I need some lighting to help me see the stuff I have in the bed.

Thinking about two flood-style lights pointing left and right and a directed light for the bed, but maybe a flood would work for that too.

Wire all 3 lights up to separate switches and then....to the battery? On my other ATV I've wired things direct but that is most admittedly "farmer style."

You guys wire direct or what's the general method to the madness for the prowler?
You might want to check into some led lighting,they will draw way less power,you can them on e-bay or amazon real cheap.......I use in-line fuses also.......make sure your prowler is running the battery's dont have a lot of reserve.......

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I installed a mini 6 circuit fuse box powered directly off of a battery, I put a 40 amp fuse on it to protect the fuse box and feed wire.

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