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  • Mountain Bike LED Light Bar W/ Makita Battery

    To everyone who is requesting that I print them a mount and send to them. Please note that I have included the 3D model file in the Instructable. All you have to do is download it, take it to your local 3D printer store or search online and get them to print it it for you. You may need to adjust the mounting holes to suit with a drill.

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  • Mountain Bike LED Light Bar w/ Makita Battery

    Thank you all for your comments. This project was never intended for use on the road, only trails. Where I live most cyclists are conscientious and mindful of those around them, both on the road and on the trail. You just need to use some commonsense. I'd like to have as much light as I can get at night on the trails so I don't fall off, hit another cyclist or hit a kangaroo (things we have to deal with in Aus), but at the same time if there is a cyclist coming the other way, slow down, turn off or dim your light and be respectful to others. I don't feel that we need to 'limit' the amount of light you're putting out, just be conscientious to others. I also have a small $20 eBay light which I use when I'm on the road between the trail and home, it is not offensive to motorists but still ...

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    Thank you all for your comments. This project was never intended for use on the road, only trails. Where I live most cyclists are conscientious and mindful of those around them, both on the road and on the trail. You just need to use some commonsense. I'd like to have as much light as I can get at night on the trails so I don't fall off, hit another cyclist or hit a kangaroo (things we have to deal with in Aus), but at the same time if there is a cyclist coming the other way, slow down, turn off or dim your light and be respectful to others. I don't feel that we need to 'limit' the amount of light you're putting out, just be conscientious to others. I also have a small $20 eBay light which I use when I'm on the road between the trail and home, it is not offensive to motorists but still lets them know where I am.

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