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10th October 2006, 14:02
Anyone know of a dual headlight set up the will fit on the Custom Sportster forks?

10th October 2006, 14:13
I wonder if this set up will fit the narrow forks.


10th October 2006, 14:24
Look here. Mikenico took a standard dual headlight similar to this only the lights are individual and connected together and used the mounts to put it on the fork legs. You can also mount you turn signals to the brackets. Have you considered a buell 8 inch light. Looks really cool on cjburr's bike. The dual I have now does not fit a narrow glide but dual 4.5 inch lights could easily be mounted with a piece of flat steel mounted to your stock lower mount. http://i9.ebayimg.com/01/i/08/85/fe/12_1.JPG

Here is a different type on ebay right now. Might look good for your application. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Streetfighter-Dual-motorcycle-headlight-universal-stunt_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ34284QQihZ010QQit emZ200034725758QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW

Here was his end product. http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f273/mikenico/sportster.jpg

Here is my setup. It is the Rick Doss setup. http://www.clubchopper.com/photopost/uploads/7566/Picture_0031.jpg

10th October 2006, 14:28
That's what I am looking for!

10th October 2006, 14:48
Bert your just trying to copy the old school dualies chopper headlights you saw on my 69ster Sportinator. Maaaannnnnn:banana

10th October 2006, 14:51
You got me!!! Hey Frap, you wanna head up to Koln with me this weekend to check out the new XR1200??

10th October 2006, 15:06
Here's something different for ya Bert. I have no idea what the lights are other than they appear to be halogen. Looks like he used trun signal reloaction clamps to munt them.


10th October 2006, 15:08
That is unique to say the least.

10th October 2006, 15:23
That is unique to say the least.

Yeah I had that same reaction. :)

10th October 2006, 16:59
Here's something different for ya Bert. I have no idea what the lights are other than they appear to be halogen. Looks like he used trun signal reloaction clamps to munt them.


Those are fog lights, I have a pair just like them on my truck. (wally World $18.00):frownthre

look kind of tacky on the bike(imho)

What's with the HUGE speedo!?

11th October 2006, 04:23
Those could be regular refector ion lights that I was originally looking for. The confederate hellcat has some similar lights. They could also be form some sort of ricer. I have seen them on ricers as well.

11th October 2006, 10:35
What's with the HUGE speedo!?

Probably a racing tachometer.

12th October 2006, 17:34
Ralph. The aution you posted was over by the time I got to it but the seller gave me the URL of where he got it in the first place.

Here it is: http://www.whaccessories.com/

Looks like they have quite a bit that could be modified for a Sportster.

Moved On / My Own Choice
12th October 2006, 20:19
What's with the HUGE speedo!?

It doubles as a windshield :doh

12th October 2006, 20:27
Try this one. Here is another one. You get two types of lights. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Streetfighter-motorcycle-dual-headlight-kit_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ34284QQhashZitem170 036781422QQihZ007QQitemZ170036781422QQrdZ1

12th October 2006, 20:31
Ralph, you need to update the pic in your sig.

Moved On
12th October 2006, 22:02
Bert if you have money to burn you could get some SJP dual billets. Come in polised or black from Russel Mitchel they're only about $700 a pair.



Joe Dirt
13th October 2006, 02:44
I almost went with dual headlights on my Sportster, and still might sometime. I was going to use two Bates style headlights from http://www.flyncycle.com. They have 4.5" and 5.75". I would have used the smaller 4.5" lights. My Triumph has 5.75" Bates style headlights stock, and I really like the look. The Bates lights give a classic look, and a streetfighter look at the same time. ;) And they are only $35 a piece.

13th October 2006, 02:57
What's with the HUGE speedo!?
Maybe the owner is nearsighted?

Maybe also uses one of these...


Joe Dirt
13th October 2006, 03:03
The best way to mount them would be similar to my Triumph. Have the headlights mounts turned inward facing each other, that way you could make a single bracket that bolts to the hole in the lower tree. They would appear to be floating, with no easily visible fugly brackets. :) http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j176/twolaneblacktop/100_2382.jpg

28th October 2006, 16:58
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CHROME-TWIN-4-HEADLIGHT-HEAD-LIGHT-KIT-HARLEY-CHOPPER_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35575QQihZ004QQ itemZ140046108670QQrdZ1QQtcZphoto


24th November 2006, 18:10
I'd like to see one of these Waverider dual lights mounted. Can't seem to find any pics, though.


Hmmmm....maybe a little ET-phone-homish. I did find one picture of it mounted, but it's much smaller than I thought it would be.

24th November 2006, 18:24
Dual headlights, interesting...

24th November 2006, 18:28
Hey Dag, post a link so we know what we are looking for.

25th November 2006, 14:46
I like this setup -- not a dual headlight but two 4" headlights on a bracket...


25th November 2006, 15:58
what about snaking a pair from a firebolt, (http://buell.com/common/07/firebolt/xb12r/featuresimage.jpg) another option but i don't know how that would look, Lightning (http://buell.com/common/07/lightning/xb12stt/colors/orange_front.jpg) ones may look better

25th November 2006, 16:08
Hey J, the reflector type lights get a bit expensive on ebay. The dual on the ulysses are a little less costly.

15th April 2011, 01:34
I've been thinking about getting a second headlight that matches my original light, having someone fab me a bracket, and wiring them in parallel. Anyone ever do this?