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Remote-Controlled Searchlight For ATV's
"It can be used on a wide variety of vehicles but is great on an ATV," says Arlen Mickelsen, Superior Outdoor Power, Inc., Superior, Neb., about the remote-controlled Go-Light.
  The company mounted one on the front rack of a Yamaha 4-wheeler at the recent Husker Harvest show near Grand Island, Neb. The light runs off the ATV battery. A wireless handheld remote is used to rotate the Go-Light up to 270 degrees and also tilt it up or down. The light comes with a variety of brackets, allowing it to be mounted on different kinds of vehicles.
  "It works great for handling calves at night, because you can adjust the direction of the light without having to be on the ATV. You can also adjust the light's direction on-the-go," says Mickelsen. "Go-Light makes both cord and cordless remote models. However, I prefer the cordless models because they can be mounted on just about anything. We've mounted the lights on combines, pickups, utility vehicles, etc. Go-Lights come with suction cups and magnetic shoes, and we can custom build brackets to fit your needs."    Go-Light prices start at $149 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Superior Outdoor Power, Inc., 1135 E. 3rd, Superior, Neb. 68978 (ph 800 333-5161 or 402 879-4785; fax 402 879-4787; sopcads @yahoo.com; www.superioroutdoor power.com).

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2008 - Volume #32, Issue #6