When you reply, above the text box where you type, among a bunch of other icons, you should see a paper-clip icon. Click that, and the "manage attachment" window will pop-up.Dumb question. Where is the "manage attachment"? See I told you I wasn't computer literate!!!!!!!
Yes, I thought that's what I was seeing, but I wanted to double check. Very nice solution. Is there a gap anywhere at the top elbow of the roll bar now that the bracket is sandwiched in there?If you look close at the top picture, you'll see the bracket that the Silver Bullet is attached to & the bracket going up between the horizontal & vertical roll bar.
If you're referring to the painted top cover to the vertical chrome, yes. But very little. Not really noticible at all. The bracket I used was 1/8" thick, but it doesn't seem to open it up that much by the naked eye.Yes, I thought that's what I was seeing, but I wanted to double check. Very nice solution. Is there a gap anywhere at the top elbow of the roll bar now that the bracket is sandwiched in there?
They have bike specific mounting hardware and on the Cross bikes, they utilize the lower cowling bolt - very clean. See mine near the bottom of the crash bar.
They work very well, as you want to present as big a triangle of lights to oncoming traffic as possible. One advantage to these Clearwater LEDs is they are indestructible, so can survive being mounted on the brake calipers.RICZ- How well do the lights work being mounted so low?
Mention you are a forum member and that'll get you a 15%(?) discount. Not cheap, but I couldn't find anything else out there to my liking. I chalk the price up to a one time life insurance premium. You won't believe how sophisticated and techy these lights are.They ought to be good for $475