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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-22-2018, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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fitting mini-LED spot lights to GS.

Has anyone fitted a set of mini-LED spotlights to the GS
I don't have a set of crash bars, so what are the alternative mounting options/locations for the lights?

in addition, can anyone recommend a quality brand of lights?

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I would recommend the Denali DM micro https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ving-light-kit for a mini light set that is also very bright. I have a pair on my CRF250L and will be putting a pair on my mini GS.
without bars you would have to mount them to body work or fabricate brackets to mount them down on the lower fork legs, like off the fender mounts.
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I would recommend the Denali DM micro https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ving-light-kit for a mini light set that is also very bright. I have a pair on my CRF250L and will be putting a pair on my mini GS.
without bars you would have to mount them to body work or fabricate brackets to mount them down on the lower fork legs, like off the fender mounts.
many thanks for the advice. I will look into those Denali LEDs, they look perfect size . The tricky part will be finding right mounting locations and fabricating a bracket... my next little project
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The Denali DM micro look perfect, I think you could also mount one on the R. The front fork bracket under the headlight has a centrally located threaded hole that could be used.
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I usually try to get auxiliary lights fitted up as high as possible. I use them for seeing kangaroos at night and up higher works better if you can mount them like that. Lights for 'being seen' seem to work ok down on the fender mounts with a longer M6 bolt and a simple tube spacer to clear the plastics.

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Had Denalis on my VStrom - was impressed by how well they worked. Am running Clearwater Ericas on my Tiger Explorer and they are phenomenal. Looking at their Glendinas for the 310GS.

https://www.clearwaterlights.com/col...ducts/glendina

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