Mower Rebuild
#31
Its definitely Yellow Vinny, but not the greeny yellow the lights make it look. Safety Yellow is what they call it, pretty close to the John Deere yellow accent.
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#32
Good! That greeny yellow was loud and obnoxious enough it could wake the dead!
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#33
Some LED's still have a green spike. But they are getting better.
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#34
The colour tint may be off but the difference in illumination with the led's over the old T12 florescent is amazing.
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#35
One of my favorite YouTube personalities is Mattias Wandel. Not so much for the woodworking, but for the ingenuity.

He did a very interesting & clever segment on LED vs. fluorescent lighting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoAZ-u6hn6g
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#36
The ones I installed were in the 7000 Kelvin range if I remember right. Sure made a difference for old eyes.
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#37
Looks like a great job to me no matter the shade of yellow. Thumbsup
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#38
Just to clear up the colour thing. Still pretty bright but not as bad as in the shop.
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With the weather we're getting Im not sure which attachment I might need first. I've usually got the green house going by now, the weather man is saying 20 cm of snow on the week end.
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