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Re: Electrical Stuff
« Reply #11 on: December 27, 2014, 10:25:15 AM »
looking at the new belarus on mtz is where i got the idea to reverse lights leds do a good job shining over crosstube.
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Re: Electrical Stuff
« Reply #10 on: December 27, 2014, 12:01:50 AM »
All lights are LED this reduced my currant draw apox 25 amps.I had to install an eletronic flasher for turn signal.Thanks Haymaker Im on a roll updating this tractor.

I bet those LED's made a huge difference!! I've put some on equipment and its addicting...I ordered some more from Amazon.  Your front grill was it like that from stock? My grill is like yours but reversed the small grill piece with the lights is mounted on the bottom part and when the loader is on it blocks them.  I see that you even have a self leveling loader on the tractor, I wish I had that.  That tractor looks in very good condition. 
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Re: Electrical Stuff
« Reply #9 on: December 26, 2014, 03:27:08 PM »
If you noticed the crossover bucket tube there is a square plate (I removed the plug)plate swings I store chains inside the tube.
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Re: Electrical Stuff
« Reply #8 on: December 26, 2014, 03:20:30 PM »
All lights are LED this reduced my currant draw apox 25 amps.I had to install an eletronic flasher for turn signal.Thanks Haymaker Im on a roll updating this tractor.
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« Reply #6 on: December 16, 2014, 07:14:30 PM »
Nice setup you have Haymaker.In the above picture the lower side lights (yellow ones) are those lights spot flood or turn signal unit? Yes I do have a steel dash and thanks again for the 50 amp tip.


Those lights on the front are LED 3" amber turn single/marker lights.  The factory ones broke plus they were mounted a bit low and you couldn't see the light very well because of the loader. So I made a little bracket and raised them 6" aprox.  Some Belarus/MTZ also have flood lights mounted in this spot as
well.  I also have replaced my rear Brake/single lights on the rear of the tractor with LED's as the old factory ones were not that bright.  I live on a VERY busy highway and I've updated/added tail lights etc. on a lot most of my tractors and equipment so they are more noticeable.

As for the 50 Amp fuse that's factory and is the  master fuse for the dash power supply.  For your flood lights generally a 15 or 20 amp blade fuse works fine.  You can buy a fuse holder like I used in the above picture there or even just make one using female blade terminal connectors.
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« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2014, 06:32:14 PM »
Nice setup you have Haymaker.In the above picture the lower side lights (yellow ones) are those lights spot flood or turn signal unit? Yes I do have a steel dash and thanks again for the 50 amp tip.
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« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2014, 11:24:47 PM »
Thanks for the pictures Haymaker I have looked under the dash a I dont have that 50 amp fuse setup like yours but I can install one. I see you have the good loader bucket setup installed on your tractor!Those overhead lights are what Im doing now.

Oh do you have the older steel dash??   Whatever the case just find a heavy gauge supply wire to the dash or hook it to the batteries some how and install a good switch or rig up a relay then you don't need such a heavy switch.  

Yes I've always had a heavy 8 foot blade that works for dirt or snow.  Then last year I bought a "snow blade" with hydraulic angle works good but cost enough for what you all got.  My other blade I made myself years back and its heavy duty.  This one a person has to be careful, it does have those break away springs if the blade hits something it tips forward so that helps. It was made though for skid loader style quick attach system so I had to modify it for my mounts on my loader.

In the pic there I was sucking grain out of bin with a  Konskilde  grain vac which the 825 handled no problem, makes it work though as I think that size of vac requires a min. 85hp.
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« Reply #3 on: December 12, 2014, 11:38:59 AM »
Thanks for the pictures Haymaker I have looked under the dash a I dont have that 50 amp fuse setup like yours but I can install one. I see you have the good loader bucket setup installed on your tractor!Those overhead lights are what Im doing now.
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Re: Electrical Stuff
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2014, 07:19:25 PM »
On my 825 my aux. lights get power from down in the dash in the picture.  Now I had some issues when I installed those halogen lights on top of the cab as they draw like 5 amps a piece (LED's would be better and draw way less). Originally it was wired up that the lights got power through the ignition switch which got power from that main terminal.  I changed it and wired in a relay that's turned on by the ignition switch and fixed the crappy connectors someone had installed. Its been fine now.  So when you turn the key off those lights go off automatically.

There is also a picture of the lights when pushing snow.

At the rear I also have 12 volt terminal hook up I installed for running a thing on a disc mower.  You can see I hooked it up to the positive on the right battery and grounded it to the frame.  So when you hit the ground disconnect switch there all power is off.  Some people don't like those but actually I think its a good idea as I've seen electrical fires that would have been prevented if the machine had one of those switches on it.
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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2014, 06:16:52 PM »
I have found out that hooking up aux lights and other electrical stuff is you cant go direct to the battery so is it correct to hook up (voltmeter gage) under dash? I have two 50 watt aux overhead lights that I tryed to go direct to batterys with a inline fuse and separate switch and it lights up the dash lights with neg ground switch disconnected? I have to watch my amp gage too while running too all lights because amp/gage will show minus 15 while running then turn off lights amp gage shows a plus (I did set volt regulator to winter setting) hope I said this right..Do you know if belarus offers a high output generator/alternator? I have 14.3 running volts (nothing on tractor running) turn lights on volts drop to 13.2 BEEN putting battery on charger when done with snow plowing overnight. any help?
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