I just returned from a trip to an island where all transport was either by bike or golf cart (yes, it was as awesome as it sounds). Anyway, I was in a rental house that came with two golf carts. The problem was, one of the golf carts did not have functioning headlights.
Well I had to use it anyway one night for a beach trip. So I strapped two off-brand headlamps to the front of the cart (I only have these because @AnkerOfficial has not yet taken me up on my suggestion to make me a decent headlamp ) Here is what it looked like with the headlamps attached to the top front of the cart:
I’ve had similar thoughts about figuring out a way to mount a couple or 3 to my tractor so I can do work at night. In the winter months it gets dark to fast to get any work done on the property after work.
Many moons ago, I used a torch on my push bike as the bike lights at the time were shit.
I’d use the bike light on the forks for partial light in front of the wheel, but a torch on the hamdbar to light ahead. The read light was just as bad, but as you don’t “reverse” anoush bike, I didn’t care! lol
Back then the best torches were maglite torches… Rubbish by today’s standard if led bulbs, and well don’t even go there comparing with a COB torch!
If you own your tractor I’m sure there is more efficient ways to do it permanently. But if you are looking for a fast solution or temporary this will definitely could work, maybe even 3d print something to mounted.
There are more efficient ways but they do cost a lot more money then two or there Anker lights and some clamps/mounts I have in the barn not being used.
The tractor doesn’t have mounting points and I would have to wire up a light bar. Creating mounting points and wiring up the light bars (front and back) would take time. I plan on doing this at some point but for a temporary solution a couple of the Anker Torches along with a couple of magnetic mounts and clamps will hold them in place.
Plus it gives me excuse to buy a couple of torches from Anker