New Product Announcement : R1200GS/GSA Hi-Mount Light Brackets

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by BobMCP, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. BobMCP

    BobMCP Limey Adventurer

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    These are the new High Mount Light Brackets from MC Products for the 2005-2009 R1200GS/GSA.

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    The High Mount position keeps the lights out of harms way in the event of a tip over, they attach to the original indicator mounting point by relocating the OEM indicators.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    The Light Mounts come with two Top Mount Plates that can be mounted on either side depending on the size of your Auxiliary Lights and Windshield clearance.

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    These Mounts are in stock for 05-09 R1200GS/GSA Models are they are available from our website.

    http://www.mcpparts.com

    ADV Members discount price is $112.45 (10% off List $124.95) the discount can be redeemed at checkout from our website by entering ADVRIDER in the coupon box.

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    Thanks,

    Bob

    MC Products, LLC
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  2. SportFaller

    SportFaller Dirt dont hurt, MUCH

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    very very nice!
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  3. Spoke

    Spoke Wing Ding

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    Just ordered a set for the '09 1200GS Maybe i'll be the first one on my block:clap:lol3

    Thanks,
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  4. BobMCP

    BobMCP Limey Adventurer

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    Spoke, Thanks for the order.

    I will ship them out tomorrow.

    Bob

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  5. Art126

    Art126 Adventurer

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    Here's a couple of pics of the mounts on my GSA.
    According to the instructions, to get to the turn-signal mounts, you have to remove the windshield, turn signals and headlight module.
    I avoided all this (except for relocating the tun signals) by using a long thin needle-nose plier and a surgical hemostat (very thin long clamps) to install the
    2 nuts on each side.
    Saved a lot of work.

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  6. Art126

    Art126 Adventurer

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    Another pic

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  7. BobMCP

    BobMCP Limey Adventurer

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    Great pictures Art,

    Thanks for posting.

    Bob

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  8. GB

    GB . Administrator

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    Very nice work :thumb
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  9. FargoTravis

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    where do you buy these? are they still available? the link is void... :norton
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  10. JR356

    JR356 Long timer

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    This company folded a year or so ago.Think it was a one guy operation.
    I have his luggage racks,excellent products,wish he was still in business?

    Put a WTB ad in the flea market,you might get lucky and find someone that has a set for sale.

    JR356
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