Has anyone had any problems with headlights off of demonscycle?? I am debating between a wave or bullet. I do a lot of night riding and I was wondering if anyone has had any relevant issues with performance? Also, if you have purchased off of this website where did you find your bracket?? Thanks all in advance
I got their $40 bullet light. it was chromed plastic an felt cheap I never installed it. I sold it for $30 an got a used headwinds off ebay for $88. Nice, heavy, good quality but expensive (around $400 new).
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There was a discussion about this site a few years back and someone said they had a "F" grade from the BBB. Just wondering if things she gotten better and if someone had possibly purchased hardware from the site recently.
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I've had ok luck with them. The headlight was kinda cheap but it was $40 shipped. I got some razor mirrors that are chromed plastic, again kinda cheap but you get what you pay for. If it's a metal housing it may be ok. I'd use them for accessory stuff but no why would I use brake or suspension stuff from them.
Go buy a DX bracket. About 20 bucks. Then mount any headlight you want. It is black, but, chrome or powdercoat to match the look you want. I put a heritage headlight bucket on mine. Works great. Joe
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People have come to call my brackets "fork plates". I think the 4" version on the second Page of my gallery would work, but I'd need the Demon bracket. I've seen pics of it and it appears to have one central 3/8" hole and two 3/16" holes on either side of that one.
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