for mine, I used the fender bolt and the reflector bolt. Took the fender bolt out and slid my brace inbetween the fender and fork tube, then used the original bolt. The rear of my brace is held by a bolt that goes where the reflector use to go. I removed the reflector and bought a bolt to fit in there. The brace is a couple inch long piece of angle iron where the vertical surface is attached via those bolts and the horizontal surface holds the light.that caliper mounting is interesting idea, I bet it illuminate road good but visibility wise is probably too low? How is it attached, just longer bolts?
If that's a reference to mine, they're on the fender bolts, not calipers. Yep, longer bolts, spacers, lock washers, etc. Mine are for being seen, not to see, so can't really comment on effectiveness of road light-up. They're small and have a wide light spread. They seem to get me attention. Having the 2 down low helps. The brain interprets low as close.that caliper mounting is interesting idea, I bet it illuminate road good but visibility wise is probably too low? How is it attached, just longer bolts?
The model is Darla. I bought refurbs....saved $100 off list. They are expensive no doubt, but I feel these lights have some good qualities, (handle bar mounted Dimmer, full on with Horn or high beams, well focused lense..Made in the USA)Which model Clearwaters is this? Looks great.
That's what I'm using. Bought the entire kit from Rick.Sure it has options.
We sell a light bar that puts the lights right where they need to be in order to form a triangle with the headlights.
It is teh same light bar used on my dl1000.