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strobs for snow blowers

Discussion in 'Strobe Lighting' started by MassHighway23, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. MassHighway23

    MassHighway23 Senior Member
    Messages: 311

    does anybody know how to put strobes on a snow blower?
  2. massfirefighter

    massfirefighter Senior Member
    from mass.
    Messages: 128

    Why would someone want to do that?
  3. cfdeng7

    cfdeng7 Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 376

    ya i think thats a bit unneeded if a pedestrian cant hear it and see it with out strobes they deserve to go through it.
  4. Pirsch

    Pirsch Senior Member
    Messages: 596

    If you have a self propelled you'll have a small battery if there's a headlight on it. Get an old Gen 1 LED and follow the wires for the head light. Easier if you get a reflective vest or coat.

    I'm doing a Gen 1 on my lawn tractor w/plow since I have to go in the roadways...
  5. Mount self contained led grill lights all they need is power then the flash
  6. kitn1mcc

    kitn1mcc Senior Member
    Messages: 516

    or a small LED beacon
  7. massfirefighter

    massfirefighter Senior Member
    from mass.
    Messages: 128

    Just wear one of these.

  8. Toolin Customs

    Toolin Customs Member
    from Md
    Messages: 48

    If you want its very easy, I have put flood lights on them before, They have a stator on them under the flywheel if it already has a light on it. If it does not have it there is no 12v system on it, Even the self proppelled ones do not have on board batteries. They only generate 12v at full rpm and only about 2-3 amps. A simple fuse and switch will do you just fine.
  9. Dissociative

    Dissociative 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,066

    i'm gonna go out on a limb and by your user name assume you mean a BIG snow blower...

    and sure...its easy enough....just need the right quick connectors and mount the important stuff ont he cab side of the equation...