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    100 series LED headlights

    Anyone find a good replacement LED headlight for the 100 series tractors? I have one out and figured I'd try on LED replacement.
    Would prefer something that goes into the existing holder.

    Found these doing a quick search:
    https://www.amazon.com/VSTAR-Dayligh...3677138&sr=8-5
    73 110 39 deck
    72 112 47 deck
    73 140 H3 48 deck
    37A Blower
    31 Tiller
    33 Tiller
    54 4 way Blade
    80 cart

    https://www.wfmachines.com/forums/sh...10-restoration

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    You can buy LED bulb at most tractor and auto parts stores most likely cheaper than that and you can compare. Both my 345 and 214 LED bulbs and they work great. Those tractors use the smaller 1156 bulb and you can even buy those at Walmart. Roger

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    My dad bought me some super expensive 1156 (zevo i think they were called?) from the auto parts store and they already burned out after only a few uses. I've noticed with motorcycle stuff that LED's don't tolerate the noisy/messy power put out by a lot of small engine alternator systems.

    For my 300, spray painting the light reflector with chrome spray paint and putting on a new clear lens made a massive difference even with the old bulbs. I bought some auxillary LED's that i'm going to mount somewhere for snowblowing and to light up the edges of the deck in the summer, maybe to the front of the fenders.

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    Part of the reason I said automotive is generally automotive stuff,is made to work in harsher duty conditions. Roger

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