They are faithful reproduction Hella lights (popular in 50's & 60's) I first encountered them on my old BMW's. These I ordered from Danny @ BLUEMOON SCOOTERS in Viet Nam. They were reasonable & had long enough mounting stalks, that I could adapt bar end mirrors as well. They are still in business.
How did they mount? Do you have the original bars with threaded ends? And how did you run the wires?Scott
Enclosing a picture of my rack which I like, because I bungee a bag on top of it, more than I use my big bags. I bought it from Enfield Gear.
do I see another electrician in our midst just an idea but you could possibly sand blast your rack and have it chromed to finish it off. it would look stellar
Nice job Heloege! Craig, I see you removed rear indicators... I have that same rack but left it off due to indicator interference.
Nice job Heloege! Craig, I see you removed rear indicators, any plans for replacement? I have that same rack but left it off due to indicator interference.
I'm still using the big old dog house. My pic is not so great but here it is[/quote}HELLO DAN, I use a zippered soft bag bungeed to my identical Rack. I don't think my Rack would be stout enough for that huge hamper you're using-once loaded. My own feeling is, that large an object(tail) to the rear of the Moto is dangerous in the event of severe cross winds, or need of a clean dismount in a fall. I feel obnoxious for mentioning it, but it scares ME, & I wouldn't be a pal if I didn't express concern. Forgive me.
I was always amazed how guys who did conduit on a daily basis would just make a few quick measurements and start running pipe...You could always tell a pro from the amateur by looking at the amount of breaks/connectors...Never a fan of back to back 90's though as it usually screwed the next guy who tried to use it, especially without a zip line...