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Old 12-14-2012, 12:30 PM   #1
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New Fork Light Mount for R1200GS/GSA from Black Dog



We just released our new, redesigned fork light mount for the BMW R1200GS / GSA that is now fully machined and hard anodized black. Developed to accommodate the Rigid Industries 6" Single Row LED light, this design puts the light where you need it - in front of your wheel. Especially helpful in off-road or urban applications.

We have redesigned this product to make it even better, lighter and much sleeker! Now fully machined and anodized. The original design was very popular and this version should knock it out of the park!

This new and innovative billet light mount from BDCW attaches directly to the forks above the lower fender for the R1200GS/GSA (all years).

The advantage of this mount over a standard crash bar-style mount is that the light moves with the front wheel, giving you better light in the direction of travel. In addition, due to the location of the light, it is less prone to damage in a tip over.

The Rigid Industries LED light is available in a Hybrid Spot, Flood or Combo pattern and puts out 1900 lumen, while the Specter version in the driving beam puts out over 3000 lumens.

Proudly made in the U.S.A.

Check out our recent video showing the Skene Designs controller with the Rigid Industries LED lights.



NOTE: any of these lights are too bright to run with oncoming traffic, so we recommend using either the PIAA harness which has a self enclosed switch for convenience access without taking your hands of the handlebars, using a relay set-up to trigger the lights with your high beams or using a Skene Designs Controller to dim the lights when the high beam is turned off.

***Save $20 on this mount when ordered with the 6" SR Rigid Industries LED lights***- use coupon code BDCW_Mount at checkout if no other discounts apply to your order.

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In Action - note both headlights on this bike were converted to HID and the Rigid SR 6" still outshines them!



TO ORDER, FOR MORE INFORMATION OR PHOTOS, CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE

Thanks for your continued support and HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Kurt
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Old 09-18-2014, 04:06 AM   #2
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Hello Is that possible to order only the R1200GS fork mount for SR serie 6".

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Old 09-18-2014, 09:04 AM   #3
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Hello Is that possible to order only the R1200GS fork mount for SR serie 6".

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Thanks for your interest. We only sell the mounts as part of the kit.

For oil cooled GS and GSAs:

http://blackdogcw.com/black-dog-shop...ed-detail.html

For liquid cooled GS and GSAs:

http://blackdogcw.com/black-dog-shop...ed-detail.html

As part of the package we include the new pendant switch from Rigid which is "handlebar friendly", unlike the standard switch that is included with the lights. We also offer a good savings when purchased as a package.

Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks for your continued support
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Old 09-18-2014, 06:22 PM   #4
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Hi,

Are you going to offer any light patterns for the LC bikes,other than the Specter beam pattern,when they are back in stock?
Specifically interested in the combo pattern for my LC GSA.

Cap or acorn stainless or black anodized nuts would be a nice addition for the main light mounts,for more finished look.But guess those could be sourced locally.

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Old 09-19-2014, 09:38 AM   #5
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Hi,

Are you going to offer any light patterns for the LC bikes,other than the Specter beam pattern,when they are back in stock?
Specifically interested in the combo pattern for my LC GSA.

Cap or acorn stainless or black anodized nuts would be a nice addition for the main light mounts,for more finished look.But guess those could be sourced locally.

JR356
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We can get a combo light if you like. From our testing we know that the specter light offers 50% output and a superior beam for not that much more money, so most of our customers prefer that package, but we can get the other light if that is what you prefer. No problem.

Thanks for your interest
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