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|jack||I am trying to obtain better lighting through my factory lighting. Right now, the lighting is so dim, that it is impossible to mow at dark.
There appears to be that no one manufactures 6 volt halogen bulbs for the factory lighting, so I will try upgrade to 12 lighting.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to go about this? I am satisfied with 6 volt for starting and ignition, but I need better lighting.
|Loren T.||If you really want to light things up you will need to convert to a compete 12 volt alternator system, but before you do that you may want to check out the bulbs that are in your 6 volt lights. I am betting that those bulbs are not the 32 candlepower headlight bulbs that are supposed to be in there, but rather are 6 volt tailight bulbs, which do not put out much light. Most good auto parts stores will have the correct 6 volt bulbs. These bulbs have the same size base, but the bulb itself is much larger.
|jay||My farmall H works fine with the 6 volt lights? are u sure your system is working right? I can do anything at dark with mine!