Light adaptor

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Light adaptor

Postby sean_iow » Mon Jul 02, 2018 12:13 pm

My new bike build uses my Jones bars which have the bracket on the front for the Exposure Revo. I don't currently have a dyno wheel that fits the new bike so wanted an easy way to attach my MTB batteries light if I should want to be riding after dark. I didn't want to have to remove the Exposure mount every time I wanted to use the light so with the purchase of an Exposure cleat and a section of old seatpost...

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I used the lathe to square off the cut end of the seatpost but it could be done with just a saw and more care. I then drilled and tapped the section of post M6 for the cleat bolt.

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If I leave it with the light then I only need to clip it on just like I would an Exposure light and put the battery in the frame bag. I had thought about buying a Maxx D to use until I had a dyno wheel built up. As I only had to buy the cleat this is £369 cheaper :-bd so does that mean I've saved that amount? Which makes it ok to buy some carbon Jones bars :lol:
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