My buddy Ernie came up with a really cool way to mount PIAA lights on the Katoom. The brackets are all aluminum so weight is next to nothing. He even made a small bracket to move the stock horn up and back to allow room for the lights. The best part is that the lights are behind the little screen thingy that's under the main headlight and that keeps them out of harms way. The brackets also utilize existing holes in the 950's headlight/instrument bracket so there is no hole drilling required, just bolt it on, hook up the PIAA wire harness and switch and you're all set to go. Unfortunately, I cannot report on the on/off road performance at this time, as it's winter here in Wisconsin. Hopefully, come spring I'll have some real world experience to pass along as well. You can contact Ernie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about how he made them. Who knows, if you ask real nice, he might even make you a set. Bracket and lights. Bracket and lights in place just under headlight. Now two shots with everything back on.