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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-04-2007, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
 
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Economical waterproof clock

Got a clock (stick-on) from http://Clocks4bikes.com/ Made a stainless bracket, used stainless poprivets and wala, I have a clock on my bike....
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Cool, I used a old watch and removed the band and velcroed it to the dash by the key.

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Great thanks, just ordered a stick on. Gonna put it right smack in the middle of the tach...

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Got a clock (stick-on) from http://Clocks4bikes.com/ Made a stainless bracket, used stainless poprivets and wala, I have a clock on my bike....
Pix at http://www.kodakgallery.com/wayland
nice job. looks real good!
i just bought a $5 watch from wal-mart and just put it on the right handle bar near the hand grip. this way if i go some where and i need a watch, i can just take it off the handle bar and take it with me. also if anything happens to it, it comes up "missing" or dies, brakes or what ever, it was only a $5 watch.
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I have one of the Formotion clocks that I velcroed next to the key. Only reason I have it is because I kept losing track of time when I went out riding. The wife use to get upset when I went out for an hour ride and didn't come back for 4 hours.

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I used one of the Formotion clocks too. The price is not that much diffrent and they have a bigger selection:
http://www.formotionproducts.com/Stickons2.htm
Those are the "stick on" ones, I used a full mount clock on my dash:
http://tinyurl.com/2csf7y

Looks like they cater to the Harley crowd, but the Citizens time pieces are at least a decent clock.

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