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    Small road corner junkie pffog's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-NC View Post
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    I've also considered the very well made (USA) hi power LED's from Rigid. As before, I welcome all comments, suggestions, and PICS !
    Just picked up a set of Rigids from Amazon for $155, they sound like they were an "open package" type return so they knocked $35 off them..SWEET!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWDEAN View Post
    I wll contact lunalink, but I didn't see anything in its photos.

    I want like ABOVE the rear view mirrors.

    RT-P brackets might be worth considering. I will check that out.
    Try this place for a light mount.

    http://www.bmrproducts.com/products.php?cat=30

    Ben

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    BMR brackcets

    I mounted lights on my R1200RT with BMR brackets:



    http://www.bmrproducts.com/proddetai...DLM_R12&cat=42

    Wired directly to the battery with a switch and an in-line fuse.

    The lights are NOS Piaas that I have had on a shelf for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWDEAN View Post
    I mounted lights on my R1200RT with BMR brackets:



    Wired directly to the battery with a switch and an in-line fuse.
    Thanks Dean. A question and observation... What brand of lights did you hang on those BMR mounts and do you have a pic from the cockpit at night? Your garage is entirely too clean and tidy, just sayin...
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    T Link Mounts on 2007 R1200RT

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-NC View Post
    Yes, ezymount has what you're looking for but they're temporarily out of stock for the 2010 model

    I've looked at Lumalink but they don't advertise prices unless you go through the process of ordering some mounts. That spells $$$ to me...

    Anybody out there using Lumalink mounts can tell us a price?

    PIAA also sells a bracket much like the ezymount which places the light underneath the nose/headlight area.
    Just installed a set of Lumalink T Link mounts on my 2007 RT. Come powder coated with all the mouonting hardware. Fit perfect a.d they're beefy so I don't think they'll break. Mounted PIAA LP530s on mine. Seen here:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...size=960%2C642

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanem View Post
    Just installed a set of Lumalink T Link mounts on my 2007 RT. Come powder coated with all the mouonting hardware. Fit perfect a.d they're beefy so I don't think they'll break. Mounted PIAA LP530s on mine. Seen here:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...size=960%2C642
    And the price was...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-NC View Post
    And the price was...?
    $125

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