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I have wired up driving lights on my Kubota. I ran a commercial wiring loom supplied with the light bar from the battery it went as far as under the seat. Then I have extended it up the roll bar and split it so that it fed the light bar on the front and 2 x square LED lights on the back. It's fused at the battery.
Because I I lack a little confidence at this point in my life I feel worried it's not good enough. There should be no problems should there and if there was a short of a problem the fuse would safe quard me?
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As long as that is done there is nothing to worry about.
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Yup, I'd draw off ignition hot if you have a habit of being forgetful.. nothing worse than a dead battery
LED lights don't need a lot of power, most of them are 1-2 amps each with bigger LED bars being about 10 amps max.. At this power draw relays are usually not needed.