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Question for all you street snowboardin kiddos.

What do you use for lighting at night time? Me and my friends are interested in trying some street spots this winter, but we've been stuck on how to light the spot. So I was wondering what you all do for lighting.

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generator and lights on a tripod


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either work/construction lights, or if your friend has an off road rig with alot of fog/driving lights just park it and point at the spot.

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We've given the generator a thought but we might not have the room with the full group of people. But we'll probably end up using a generator as a last resort.

Has anyone tried multiple battery-powered spot lights?


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We've given the generator a thought but we might not have the room with the full group of people. But we'll probably end up using a generator as a last resort.
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You can get a cigarette lighter to regular plug in converter, and run tripods or construction lights off the car battery (make sure you don't leave the car off for too long, halogens can drain batteries fast).

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Honda generator. Very nice and very quiet.
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Rent a generator from Home Depot and use some work lights
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