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Helmet Mounting Kit for Night Pro HID / Halogen Light

Your Price: $9.95
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Product ID # 3098
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5 to 20$9.65
21 to 50$9.45
51 to 100$9.25
101 or more$8.96

Helmet Mounting Kit for NightPro HID / Halogen Light -- as well as Trailtech HID kit

  • Helmet mounting kit match with all Nightpro Bike light
  • Easy to attach, Quick to release and mount tightly to the Helmet which has open hole
  • Made of heavy duty black plastic. The weight is just 1.0 oz
  • Also, can fit with Trailtech HID DIY Kit . ( Please take out post from TT HID, then fix the HID saddle to Slide by screw )
  • It can be used for any DIY light project
  • Helmet mount dimension (LxWxH): 92mm (3.6") x 40mm (1.6") x 10mm (0.4")
    • 75 mm (3.0") maximum and 65mm (2.6") minimum distance on helmet required for firmly attachment
    • Velco strap is 21mm (0.83") wide
  • The length between the outside HID saddle 1.0" (25.6mm)
  • The spacing between saddle for light is 0.8" (20mm)

  • Nightpro-Elite Upgraded 12W Flood Halogen Helmet light w. 7.4V 6000 mAh Li-Ion Battery

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