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I wanted to add some lighting to the new XP, so I figured rear work lights in the rear lenses like Polaris used to have come standard and front fog lights in the brushguard would be nice. Did some research on the back tail lights with worklights and "Chuckraduenz" did an excellent write up on his worklight procedure on an XP. That can be seen here:

http://www.polarisatvforums.com/for...hts-led-taillights-work-lights-reg-plate.html


I ordered the rear worklight assemblies from my Polaris dealer. I purchased the wiring sockets from "Chuckraduenz" on his ebay page. I removed the back fenders to make the wiring easier and ran the wires along the frame up to the front. I also wired in the Rigid Industries Dually LED Fog Lights into the brushguard. These XP's have two hot wires when the key is turned on under the front rack by the battery (red,orange). This is where you can get the power from. I wired two switches to the headlight pod. Took the majority of a Saturday afternoon to do all the wiring.

After it was all working, I was sure amazed the amount of light from the LED fog lights, along with the rear work lights. It sure is nice to have extra lighting for getting back and forth in the woods.
 

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Since I can only upload 5 pictures at a time, here are the lights all working. One of the pictures is with the regular headlights, the other is with the LED fog lights.
 

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The rigid LEDs look awesome. I wish they weren't so damn expensive, I would definitely add them.
 

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I have the same Dually's on my 800 and can hardly tell the other lights are on!

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Gotta love the duallys !
 

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The back up light idea is amazing. I was dragging a bear out two weeks ago and had a hell of a time seeing what was behind me. I don't think I am up for replacing the whole light assemblies though.
 

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Replacing the lights is easier than finding a mount for aftermarket units.

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