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I recently puchased a Yamha Grizzly 660 with the county plow. Problem is running it at night(the plow blocks my headlights when up). Question is can I just buy 12v fog lights? Cause are'nt fourwheelers 6v? confused.gif Thanks in advance.

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I am not sure on the yamaha, I have a 07 cat and I have installed 2 running lights on the front of it and one on the back of the machine, mine is 12v but again I am not sure on the yamaha!!! Just give your dealer a call and see if you can install lights on your machine they should be able to help you out!!!

Perchjr

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Thanks for the replies guy's, now I have another project smile.gif.

Any idea what way would be the best to wire it, straight to the battery or is there a better or easier way?

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For my light's I just went to the coil under the seat and used a in-line fuse and it has worked ever since!!! Again it wouldn't be a bad idea to call your dealer to see if the electronics are a little tricky when it comes to installing light's!!!

Perchjr

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Be careful about how much stress you put on the charging

system. 12 volt fog lights are 55 watts apiece so you

are adding an extra 110 watts to the system.

As stated above call the dealer

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