The LED's were pretty easy to intsall it took me a few hours because i took my time and hid all the wires and ran them through neatly. The kit comes with everythign you need, fuses, wires, switches. The only thing i had to buy was connectors for the battery, and heat shrink for all of the connections. I can get soem pictures of how i ran the wire if ya want. I hooked mine up to a strobe switch too which makes them look really neat at night when you are going through a field. All in all if you have just a little bit of wireing knowledge like basically just match the colors you are set. They give some pretty good instructions too.
I used the snowforce LED's, they are made by streetforce i would put the website up but i guess it is down right now. The running boards on my sled had a rounded edge to them where it was raised, kind of acted like a pipe. I am not explaining it really well ill grab a picture tonight and put it on here. But this "pipe" ran from the end of them right up into the front of the sled so it worked perfect to hide them and protect the wires.
I am not sure state by state but i know in NY they do have a law against the LEDs on the bottom of sleds and quads, cant have blue, red, green, or yellow. My friend got a ticket for his last year, dont think it was that much. Most of the places i ride dont have cops anyways. Willing to deal with the price of a ticket or two a season before i turn them off completly. But you hav eto check with yoru state to see if they have them or not. If there are not a lot of cops on sleds in your area dont worry aobu it to much. A cop in a car is not gonna see your registration at night and he is not gonna catch you either.
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