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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-17-2015, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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New Aux. Lights

Got these on back in late June but never posted a pic yet. These are the MondoMotos MM10 Bullet LED's lights that cost around $130. Between wide angle and spot focus at 25 degrees. While they only draw 10 watts, still came with a 30 amp fuse in the harness.
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Those look great! I have been contemplating getting a set of Aux lights for a while. Would it be possible to get pics of the housing, and the mounting set up?
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Not bad,,, 0.8 [email protected] each ,, very low current draw
and they look good also
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I've got those same ones. Pretty happy with them. I used T-clamps to mount mine to the forks. It some futzing with, but I'm happy with them. The black housing has faded to a very nice copper after about a year (even with being garage kept).

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I've got those same ones. Pretty happy with them. I used T-clamps to mount mine to the forks. It some futzing with, but they're solid. The black housing has faded to a very nice copper after about a year (even with being garage kept).

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Adurbin, go to the MondoMotos site to see all the specs and closeup pictures. I ended up getting a type of clamp used to mount light bars on off road vehicles off ebay for around $30. Caution, if you install that type on the forks, they are slightly large so you have to put some type of foam or build up some black tape. I also installed the lack nut in the normal manner, but now am having a hell of a time getting it off to change the position. Put the lock nut in with the nylon lock on the inside so you can get a full grab on the nut.
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I've got those same ones. Pretty happy with them. I used T-clamps to mount mine to the forks. It some futzing with, but they're solid. The black housing has faded to a very nice copper after about a year (even with being garage kept).
Very nice. Do you mind showing a picture of the mount set up? I am thinking of getting the T clamps as well but not sure how the set up is. Thanks.
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