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DIY How to Mount a Mictuning 22″ LED Light Bar on a Kawasaki Brute Force ATV Light Bar Install



You can purchase this inexpensive LED light bar here:

This video walks through the process of installing a Mictuning 22″ LED light bar on a Kawasaki Brute Force ATV. The process covered in this video will be the same or similar on many other four wheelers including Honda, Suzuki, Polaris, Can-Am, Yamaha and many more. Click the links below for more information on this Mictuning LED light bar as well as many of their other products. ATV Auxiliary Lighting

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  1. That's One Awesome Light Bar. Do you have to Notch the bracket in order to get it to mount up.  I wanna do that same setup but I don't wanna get into Notching anything. Thanks

  2. Does your light bar rub the four wheeler plastics at all? I saw it was pretty close. Want to add more light to mine but I don’t want it to rub and over time rub the paint off. Thanks

  3. Great video. Going to do something very similar with my '18 Yamaha Kodiak 450. The only thing I would do differently is mount the switch on the left. That way you don't have to let off the throttle to turn off the light. That way, if someone is riding behind you and you have to turn it off for an oncoming vehicle you won't have to slow down.

  4. Awesome video, super informative and professionally done. You gave me the confidence to tear in to my 750 and put on the new lights. FYI in electrical nomenclature, the "I" is for current or "on" and "0" is for "zero" or off.

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