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New little up dates for the foreman
 

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Towing options
 

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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
 

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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.
 

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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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from what i remeber reading from other people is that its the green wire you splice
 

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No all you are doing is stopping the power right before it gets to the light
 
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