Yesterday was a little strange here. Our regular USPS letter carrier was off, so we get a new guy/substitute. Anyway, he drove around the neighborhood, and checked each house for outgoing mail. Then, he drove around again to deliver the mail. He delivered 1 piece of junk mail, and drove off. A little while later, he drives back, and delivers an identical piece of junk mail! On his 4th trip around the neighborhood, he delivered a package I was waiting for! 4 trips to deliver the mail, one thing per trip! I'm glad I didn't have 100 pieces of mail, or the poor guy would still be driving around the neighborhood today! God forbid that he would have to walk the route instead of driving that little truck! :huh The US tax dollar at work! Our regular carrier is pretty cool though. He always takes time to say hi, or pet my dogs. He'll even ask how "his girls" are doing if they aren't out when he comes by. So, what does this have to do with the CT build? I was getting to that, just sit back and wait! The package that the postman brought on the 4th trip was the stop/tail/turn signal/license holder that I bought for the CT. I wanted a compact unit, rather than turn signals sticking out where they could get broken if the bike fell, so I found an all-in-one unit with LED lights for about $21 on ebay: This is the stock CT tail light bracket: (It has some cracks in the license bracket that I would have to weld up if I wanted to use it.) I was just going to use the stock one, and find somewhere for the signal lights, but I like the all-in-one setup, plus, it's cheaper. Then I got to looking at them, and saw something… The new unit has 2 sets of wires… And I started thinking (I know, it's dangerous!), maybe… Almost perfect! There's a bit of a gap that I'll have to try to work with, but I think this might just be the ticket: So, I'm thinking that I can bend the stock bracket, where the license plate bolts to, up and over to bolt to the new bracket, and drill a couple of holes to mount the top together. If that doesn't work, I can just bolt the new set-up to the fender. .