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Old 09-10-2014, 07:27 PM
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Default Best Set-up for Ski-Doo T3 with headlight delete

Curious what others who are running lightweight hoods without headlights have done for backup lights. I am sure others have worked through great solutions here. This will be my first sled without a headlight. We don't ride at night but always want to be prepared if we are caught out at dark for whatever reason. Looking for a handlebar mount that can be left on while light stays in pack until needed and plugged in at the mount (cord tied to riser). Sled bars get hit constantly by branches and rolled fequently. Was hoping the light could be powered by the sled vs. a battery pack... Thanks for all your help!
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Any suggestions? I am sure many have been through this same dilemma before and have tried various solutions. Hoping to learn from those who have been there, done that.
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I am waiting to hear as well. ..

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I have run this light for 2 seasons with multiple roll overs to get unstuck. This light is very rugged I wouldn't worry to much about wrecking it on branches or roll overs.
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So sorry for not being on the site for a while.
Our Penetrator is pretty hard to beat. Mount to the risers would be my recommendation.

We can now run this light with our new rectifier so no more requirement for DC power

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So sorry for not being on the site for a while.
Our Penetrator is pretty hard to beat. Mount to the risers would be my recommendation.

We can now run this light with our new rectifier so no more requirement for DC power

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Yep that's the one I was referring to.
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