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    Default Mounting Prism Box Chopper brake light

    I had a entirely different brake light here that looked ugly. Before I start deciding how I think I should mount this one I wanted to here all the experience on here!!Click image for larger version. 

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    Id say build some kind of bracket that fits??? Or get a diff tail light

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwade74 View Post
    Id say build some kind of bracket that fits??? Or get a diff tail light
    I like the bracket idea. Brake light is too bad ass to change

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    can't tell the size comparison between the upper and lower sets of tabs and the light base.
    Are the screws stinking out the back just mounting screws for the base (nothing to do with attaching the lens)?
    Simply, two pieces of flat metal across each set of tabs on the sissybar with a hole in the middle to mount the light. Get creative...maybe use round stock, bent or shaped to look like they are part of the sissybar. hide the wires...chop on.

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    I appreciate the info boys. I like the bracket/flat bar idea attached to the tabs. Flat bar will be hidden behind light and tabs will be mostly covered.
    Thinking of not using the top 2 tabs so going to carefully cut them off and then hit it with clear to prevent rust??

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    Think about future uses of them other two tabs before you cut 'em off...maybe to hold more stuff on when trippin'...maybe a spare gas tank will go there next year...a chrome strap across there, or an emblem or...could go there now above the light...

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