Whether you are building a new shop or upgrading your existing shop, trying to figure out which type of LED light fixture you should get can be daunting. There are many options to consider. This post covers the pros and cons of several of the popular types out there which may help you decide what's right for you.
In Part 1 of this series, I added rear work lights to my Polaris Range EV. In this post, I cover the installation of the front light bar and a better charging port than the stock setup. Then I take the Ranger on a night drive to test out the lights. Wow! What an improvement!
When I added LED lights to my tractor it opened my eyes to the benefits of having super bright light to work by after dark. While the headlights on my Ranger are adequate for night driving, there's no comparison to the light bars. But in this post, I start with the rear LED lights.
I've had this project on my to do list for quite a while and finally got around to doing it. I'm glad I did because now I have brighter hazard and taillights that use far less power.
In my last post, I installed a phone holder on my tractor, which is very convenient but I wanted a way to charge it while in the holder. So in this post I install a combination USB charger and voltmeter to kill two birds with one stone.
I've been wanting to add a cell phone holder to my tractor for a while and a cold day outside gave me the opportunity to get it done!
Check the hydraulic pressure in your tractor is the best way to know if you are get all the bang you can for your buck.
I decided to build a rolling plywood and wood storage cart so it can be moved around in the shop if needed. I wanted to build it with material I had on hand, if possible. Also, I wanted it to be simple to build and easily adapted for changing needs.
Our property is slowly being taken over by English Ivy and Poison Ivy. I’ve been fighting both for a while now with a backpack sprayer, the brush hog and landscape rake. But it’s not enough and not efficient. It's time for the nuclear option! After some research, I settled on this 26-gallon NorthStar spot and broadcast sprayer.
After almost three years of owning the Titan BX42 Wood Chipper, I can say with confidence that it has been a good investment for me. I cover specs, setup and field testing in this post.