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    Aa light

    A gopro mount, a flashlight, a camera 5mm lever..

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    I want that mounting screw for the gopro mount.

    Nice idea, but not sure the purpose of mouting a little AA light on the bars, output and run time wouldnt be very useful on the trails. Commuting maybe but Id get tired of replacing batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigris99 View Post
    I want that mounting screw for the gopro mount.

    Nice idea, but not sure the purpose of mouting a little AA light on the bars, output and run time wouldnt be very useful on the trails. Commuting maybe but Id get tired of replacing batteries.
    I use it around the neighborhood. The led is very bright and last for many rides. All I need to carry is an extra aa

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    AH, I see your point. Liking the set up. If your getting decent run times thats even better. Im used to older AA flashlights that on high they eat batteries like crazy, must be a fair bit better these days.

    Where did you get that lever screw to connect them together? I need a couple of those lol.

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    EBAY...SEARCH..M5 Rotating PS-PRO 6 position adjustable screw for 15mm rigs and rods

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    Sweet thnx. Thumb screws suck on aluminum mounts and a normal m5 screw is a headache.

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    as long as you leave the shell in place they are great...they wont spin all around to take out every time on the gopro plastic case

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