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A head lamp.

You now how typical work lights aren't always convenient for getting light where it needs to be, while also keeping the light itself out of the way and both hands free?  A $15 head lamp solves that brilliantly.  Probably old news for some but I wish I had figured that out 20 years ago.http://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/34886e0e-7cfa-441e-83a3-eb20.jpg


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Yes, and the LED ones now are a great improvement. Unfortunately at my age , I need it most of the time. I can’t really get under the dash anymore, and that’s where I really liked it.

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charliemccraney (9/10/2019)
A head lamp.

You now how typical work lights aren't always convenient for getting light where it needs to be, while also keeping the light itself out of the way and both hands free?  A $15 head lamp solves that brilliantly.  Probably old news for some but I wish I had figured that out 20 years ago.http://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/34886e0e-7cfa-441e-83a3-eb20.jpg

I went and bought the same one this AM. Great Suggestion especially when working under the Dashboard and dark Corners around the back of the Engine..

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I got one for Christmas a few years ago. Super helpful because it puts the light where you are looking. Hint: at our advancing ages it is simple enough to remove the front seat before working for any length of time under the dash. For some reason we don't seem to want to but I now make it a practice. This way I don't have to wait for a family member to find me stuck under there! Smile



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