looks good! I did the light thing to mine last weekend, works great. huge diff at night with the center light off, no glare from the rack . I like the hitch idea too, did you makethat or buy it? the hitch hauler wont be to much weight for it though will it? To bad you cant make a lift for that so its not so close to the ground so your "stuff" stays drier. geat idea though
The hitch is home made. And so far the hitch hauler is just for carring dirty stuff around, like live traps, dog box, fishing stuff. I would need to raise it if I was on anything but grass. I am thinking it needs to be higher and have a mud shield on the front of the carrier. And yes it loaded with anything more than a few pounds would cause the machine to "jack up" because of the cantilever action. So a little rope from the frame to the hitch stops it from topping out until I am on it then no problem.
Thanks for the compliment and I love being able to shut the light off when not needed at night.
take the front light assembly apart and take the pos (+) wire (found with a test light) going into the light, cut it and re direct it thru a swich of your choice. reassemble. Sorry I dont remember what colors the wires are in there, or I would give you the exact wire to splice.
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