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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-28-2007, 11:34 PM Thread Starter
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Question Kuryakyn voltmeter mounting question

Hi all. I just got a Kuryakyn volt meter. For mounting, all it has is the sticky back. I don't have the MCC dashboard for our bikes. Does anyone have any ideas on where to mount the thing?. I guess it would be possible to fabricate a clamp that could be attached to the handlebars and stick the meter to that. Anybody done that? Thanks for any and all replys. Pat.
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Ya could make a dual purpose bracket.
Just a flat piece of metal connecting the speedo & tach (attached at the back of each, probably need longer screws) and then put the meter in betweem them (looks like it should fit)
That'd keep the tach/speedo from bouncing around and a mount for the meter.

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I drilled a small hole in the top/back of the headlight bucket for the wires to go through and mounted it there. It's easily viewed between the speedo & tach, and the wiring is concealed.
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Maybe velcro it.......
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Does anyone have pictures they can post of the volt meter location and mounting? I have not done this mod, but am considering it and at this point, I am clueless.


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I mounted mine on the bolt cover for the bar clamps. It turned down enough that it is visible but the LED's do not distract you @ night. It is an almost perfect fit and the chrome blends right in.

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I took a piece of Aluminum and stuck it to the back of the housing and then stuck the meter to it

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Originally Posted by Ccspinner View Post
I took a piece of Aluminum and stuck it to the back of the housing and then stuck the meter to it

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