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Re: Restoring Cub Cadet 1450 Light Asssemblies

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Wanted to share what I found today. I found some universal marker lights that should resemble the OEM lights close enough and should work well. Hoping the bolt pattern lines up but if not it isn't a big deal to bondo a hole and drill another. Have a look at these.....they look close to a factory look without looking too gaudy or "not original looking" like the rounded ones.

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11-29-2018 13:03:38

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 Re: Restoring Cub Cadet 1450 Light Asssemblies in reply to RTR, 11-29-2018 12:10:34  
Now you did some good hunting on those. Here is what you need to remember. Originally those rear markers were just safety reflectors. No light bulbs in them. My Big Husqvarna was set up with just reflectors like that. She now has a set of LED markers "tail lites"that look just perfect. Just be careful of your wireing so as not to pinch anything. If you have wires hanging here is a super duper trick. A glass cutting shop should have this. Get hold of some of that white double sided sticky mounting tape. Comes in rolls like two or three inches wide and maybe twenty or thirty feet. They should have a partial roll to sell you. That stuff is incredibly sticky!! "The commercial stuff". Clean the surface underneath with a little thinner. Position the wires. Then cut a inch or so wide bandaid size piece of that tape. Hold the wire and stick on the tape. It will not fall off in your life time. Works fantastic. There are also plastic clip things with that tape on them but they just don't stand up. The only easy way to remove that tape is with paint thinner. Hope I helped!
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