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They attached right at the windshield mounts I just had to open up the mount hole and buy stainless button screws.

 

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Put on a luggage rack also.
 

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Keeping bust and out of that AZ heat, eh Vin?
 

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Looking good! I need to get a rack, or build one soon. I may make one out of stainless steel. Something similar to the one you put on. Might be an off season project.
 

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The whole thing looks great ! How'bout an overall pic of the motorcycle ?
I'll look around probably a bunch here on the forum.

Whoops, that should have been busy, not bust. Guess I had other things on my mind.:ltr:
I like the way you think!!!
 

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Thank you.
 

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Look exactly like the lights I bought from Amazon. Seem to work pretty good, without paying out the nose. Couldn't get the bracket that mounts to the light tight enough, so I just put some 2-part epoxy on them. I made a bracket to mount the lights using the fender bolts. Think I am going to try to powder coat the brackets.
 

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They look good there. Question how is the wiring done; where did you mount the control switch?
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They look good there. Question how is the wiring done; where did you mount the control switch?
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I didn't mount a control switch I have them on all the time. I wired behind the headlight there's a lot of open connectors back there.
 

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For what its worth, I ran two (2) wires from the trickle charger connector (under the battery cover) to the headlight housing for 12v power to the relay (the positive lead is fused). I ran the remote turn-on lead from the headlight power, to a switch, back to the relay (this way the driving lights only come on when there is power to the headlight). The switch is there so I can turn the driving lights off, if I choose. I put a round switch in the key side cheese wedge. You can see the back side of the far driving light to see how I mounted them. I made the bracket out of 1" flat bar from Home Depot. They are painted for right now, but I am thinking about powder coating them (as well as the headlight housing and speedometer housing).
 

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For what its worth, I ran two (2) wires from the trickle charger connector (under the battery cover) to the headlight housing for 12v power to the relay (the positive lead is fused). I ran the remote turn-on lead from the headlight power, to a switch, back to the relay (this way the driving lights only come on when there is power to the headlight). The switch is there so I can turn the driving lights off, if I choose. I put a round switch in the key side cheese wedge. You can see the back side of the far driving light to see how I mounted them. I made the bracket out of 1" flat bar from Home Depot. They are painted for right now, but I am thinking about powder coating them (as well as the headlight housing and speedometer housing).
VERY nice I like the looks of that!!!
 
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