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Lighting kit for wagons, implements
A new lighting kit that hooks up to your tractor gives towed implements and wagons turn signals and red tail lights.
The kit plugs into the standard 7-pin outlet on your tractor and includes two amber and two red lights, as well as mounting brackets and required wiring harness. An optional "dropout" connecting terminal lets you hook up an extra set of lights to a second wagon or implement.
"Many of today's wagons and implements are so big that the tractor driver can't see around them. Most wagon and implement manufacturers don't offer lights as standard equipment. As far as I know this is the first lighting kit that lets you hook up to a second wagon or implement. We also offer an optional halogen light that plugs into the main harness and mounts on the end of the unloading auger on a grain cart. All connections are weather-sealed by plug-in terminals, and the harness is double jacketed for extra protection against road splash and abrasion," says Roger Brannaman, of K & R Distributing.
Five kits are available with harness lengths ranging from 15 to 35 ft. Kits sell for $135 to $172 depending on harness length and application.
Also new is a portable multi-purpose 300-watt adjustable halogen lamp. The "Brite-Lite" comes with a weatherproof switch on a frame that telescopes to a maxi-mum height of 5 ft. 10 in. It's available in two models. The basic model is equipped with a simple on-off switch, while the other model is equipped with a ground fault interrupt with a 2-plug outlet box that allows use of electric-driven shop tools. "They both work great for adding extra light to your work areas including shops, livestock buildings, or grain bin sites," says Brannaman.
The basic model sells for $89.95 and the ground fault interrupt model sells for $134.95.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, K & R Distributing, Inc., 1404 W. Church St., Marshalltown, Iowa 50158 (ph toll-free 1 800 383-3908).

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