Here's 1 on Ebay for $16 free shipping, located in Massachusetts.Scottie
Scottie J.He needs both rings that are offered by the Indian company. The second adapts the ring to the casquette, the the headlight ring itself attaches to the first one. Headlight rings are available all over the US. Any well stocked vintage Brit bike shop will have those. The adapter is tougher to come by. NFG Has them but, I think they only sell the set.Bare
Now THAT is what a Royal Enfield headlight should look like.
I got the same headlight rings. Good price, came in about a week and a half and I got a headlight lens, reflector, and bulb from a brit bike parts shop locally and the light and pattern is great. All said about $60 invested. The headlight assy was made in India too, incidentally. The chrome, however, looked nice but has not held up well. It's rusted like crazy and I was contemplating painting it but decided to leave the patina. I get more people contemplating my "old" bike that I've kept running all these years and i've had more people calling bullshit when I say it's new. My credibility would be better if I lied and said it was a 1955 bullet.