DENALI 50mm-60mm Tube Mount Kit
DENALI 50mm-60mm Tube Mount Kit For Mounting Auxiliary Lights To Inverted Fork Tubes | Black
This DENALI Fork Tube Light Mount Kit allows fitment of any DENALI LED Lights to inverted forks, or any tube 50mm-60mm (2"-2.375") in diameter. These light mounts have a unique octagonal inner profile that allow the clamps to securely grip a wide range of tube diameters and include an optional, fully rotatable mounting shelf to create a super versatile and robust light mounting solution.
These clamps are intended for motorcycles with exposed inverted forks such as enduro, dual sport, and naked motorcycles. The clamps allow lights to be mounted in front of, or to each side of the fork tubes to ensure clearance with fairings and other accessories. The clamps are also perfectly sized to clamp to the lower legs of conventional forks, typically found on many cruiser and standard motorcycles.
- Adjustable Grip Range (50mm-60mm)
- Rotatable Mounting Shelf allows 4th axis of adjustability
- Lights can be mounted to shelf or directly to clamp
- Accepts M8 Bolt from Light Pod
- Billet Aluminum with Black Anodized Finish
- (2) mounting clamps
- (2) rotatable mounting shelf’s
- Assembly hardware
- Installation instructions
Brand - Denali, US
Part No. - LAH.00.10500.B
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