Auxiliary LED Lights - MondoMotos

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by The Toad, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. Solo Moto

    Solo Moto Hands are bruised from breakin’ rocks all day

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    Just checked the Mondo website for updates and availability of these new lights. Their site states as of June 1st, no more online sales. Best wishes, Brian and MM... It was a good run. Time to look elsewhere for LEDs now.
  2. Oldun

    Oldun Older and slightly slower

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    That's a shame. I bought 2 sets and they wuz goode for the Dyna and the Sportster. I hope the vendor moves on well, I appreciated his product while it lasted.
  3. PLRider

    PLRider Adventurer

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  4. FOXedupONE

    FOXedupONE Long timer

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    Oh crap they were good lights.
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  5. markgsnw

    markgsnw WTF?

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    Dang, yes, they were very good lights, good value, and good people to deal with.
  6. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    Good day fellow ADV'rs

    I hope the new year is getting off to a great start for everyone.

    Thanks for the kind words from all regarding my decision to pull the plug on MondoMotos last year.

    It was an interesting and fun run for what began in 2011 as me playing with LED's, bending metal and pulling wires in my basement.

    For me - I am still working with RoadRUNNER magazine (geeked to go test out the Himalayan soon) and been spending my free time riding the many, many trails and fire roads of the American Southwest.

    But enough of that, what brings me here is that after the first of this year I began a clean out of sorts and found a few remnants that may be of interest to some in the DIY world.

    Below is a list:

    Wiring Harnesses (used for the MM series light kits). (6 complete)
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    $25 Shipped in the CONUS

    These would work with most any aftermarket lights and include all the bits.

    - wiring harness w/relay (designed for motorbike)
    - switch (with waterproof boot)
    -waterproof connectors for lights (no lights included)

    Replacement Switches

    Surface Mount with Waterproof boot (75 - 100 pieces)
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    $5 Shipped in the CONUS

    Handlebar Mount - 7/8" bars (10 -15 pieces)
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    $7 shipped in the CONUS

    If you are in need of any of the above PM me here or email direct - thebackroadbiker@gmail.com

    If I find any other things I will post them up here.

    Thanks,
    -Brian

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  7. bozmotodual16

    bozmotodual16 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Tkach we have similar bikes. What did you use to mount to the bike? I'd like ro mount in same spot but not having luck finding mounts. Thanks!
  8. tkach

    tkach Long timer

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    Custom bars protecting the upper plastics with a welded mount for the lights
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  9. bozmotodual16

    bozmotodual16 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Thanks for the photo. Does anyone have the installation instructions for a G 650 GS for the MM10 bullet lights? Unfortunately the website is no longer active. I guess there is no more support for these, no how!?
  10. tkach

    tkach Long timer

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    it's pretty straight forward on any bike really. the set has all the wiring, together with a relay. the easiest setup is to connect the 2 wires to the battery and you're set. But I have my auxilary stuff running through an independed fuse box and relay so that nothing extra works without the key in.
  11. bozmotodual16

    bozmotodual16 Been here awhile Supporter

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    tkach thanks. As I'm getting to understand these systems I realize they are not that complicated. A fuse block with a couple of keyed fuses should work well for my needs. Thanks
  12. Dr. Pinetree

    Dr. Pinetree Michael Motorcycle

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    Well crap.

    One of mine just died.
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