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    Portable Lithium Based LED Lights

    I know some of you liked the backup lights I added to our Bighorn (on back and on both sides) but I came up with another idea for providing light as you back into a site. Using 2 portable lights (72 LED's) I was able to create this video, showing how these can really help backing into a dark site. Much better than someone running around with a flashlight. The permanent solution I posted before is great, but this offer the flexibility of using the lights for other things. Hope you guys like it...

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    Re: Portable Lithium Based LED Lights

    Great product and would make a fantastic work light under the truck.
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    Re: Portable Lithium Based LED Lights

    Jim - that's a really nice light, albeit a spendy one.

    Last year, for work in the attic of my home, I picked up this one for about $70 from Lowes. I modified it by cutting the cord off, leaving 3" and adding a male 3-prong plug to that short end. Now the cord doesn't have to be managed when I'm using the light. I use any extension cord to charge it.
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