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How many rings are their on a headlight pan for a model 100?
 

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Digger,
Is that four on each side (for each light), or four total?
 

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Is that four on each side (for each light), or four total?
2 on each side. One inner and one outer on each side for a total of 4 rings. (y)
 

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My panels have four on each side. Two larger rings similar to the ones at the bottom of your post, and two smaller rings that fit inside the two larger ones. Did they update to two rings later in production?
 

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My panels have four on each side. Two larger rings similar to the ones at the bottom of your post, and two smaller rings that fit inside the two larger ones. Did they update to two rings later in production?
Not that Ive ever seen or heard of. Got pics?
 

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Marty is correct, It is listed in the parts manual I have showing 4 on each side. I have seen quite a few setup like that, The challenge is remember to change one light head light bulb at a time.
 

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Marty is correct, It is listed in the parts manual I have showing 4 on each side. I have seen quite a few setup like that, The challenge is remember to change one light head light bulb at a time.
Never seen one I guess. It does say that #5 is not applicable on the parts lookup.
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Here are the pics. The first pic is just one side. There are two identical large rings (one is flipped over), and two small rings. The small ring on the right has a notch for the tit on the lamp.

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The next pic is all the rings. This is all four large rings with the four small rings inside.
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Next is a light assembled, minus the wing nuts. Notice the notch on the right for the tit on the bulb.

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Now a pic of the whole light.

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Here is one that is in my 100.

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And a pic of the whole light assy.

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Here are the pics. The first pic is just one side. There are two identical large rings (one is flipped over), and two small rings. The small ring on the right has a notch for the tit on the lamp.

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The next pic is all the rings. This is all four large rings with the four small rings inside.
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Next is a light assembled, minus the wing nuts. Notice the notch on the right for the tit on the bulb.

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Now a pic of the whole light.

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Here is one that is in my 100.

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And a pic of the whole light assy.

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I remember those now! (y) (y)
 

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No problem. Always willing to help.
I am about 98 percent sure the 102-122 series had the two ring lights. Looks like, at some point, IH decided the two ring would be easier to deal with. And probably much easier to manufacture.
I saw somewhere that this light panel would work on the 70/100 with a small modification. The 102-122 panel has a small lip on the bottom vs. the totally flat 70/100 panel. I have a 122 panel out in my cub building, but it is raining and I have strep throat. :(
 

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It would be interesting to see pics, and a timeline of the changes IH made to the different styles of headlights.
Did a little more investigating.
Found a 70/100 panel with the two ring setup! I have four panels with the four ring lights, and one with the two rings.
IH must have started the two ring lights in 65'
Found the 122 panel with the two rings.
Found a panel for the 72,104,105,124, and 125 series with the two ring setup also!
The next series of cubs went to the square outer ring setup (73,106,107,126,127,147).
 
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