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Old 01-23-07, 10:50 PM
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Bike mount adaptors

Ok, been looking for adaptors for a while now. Seeing as I've wimped out the winter riding (more restricted by the folks) I've been hunting for adaptors to mount reflectors and things ever since I stopped riding a few weeks ago.

I fould this which looks like it would work well on the SuperFlash if you have a rear rack and give a more level mount then the current chainstay mount that comes with the blinkie. It sticks out a little more to the left/right giving more clearence then with the current included chainstay mount which the light will lose about 10-20% full view as the rack gets in the way.

http://www.longscycle.com/webstore/P...46&VisID=17208

http://www.longscycle.com/webstore/A...roductType=124

Has anyone dealt with this company before or used this product before?

Also I figure I'd dual use this thread to ask people to post adaptors for front/rear/side/etc mounts with links to the products and thier pricings. I'm thinking of getting two Superflashs now.



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