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Raising the Headlight

In the Cruiser Chat section there's a topic about fitting twin headlights to which I have added an alternative of raising the existing single headlight to avoid the 'hanging off the front' look of the headlight. It's raised by 30mm and goes back a touch and closes the large gap between the top of the headlight and the top steering yoke. I've tried to add the photos to this post but the system is having none of it so go to the Chat section if you want to take a look.
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