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“Norway Travel Kit” #2 #338771
06/02/16 02:03 PM
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“Norway Travel Kit” #2

Here some examples from the modifications I made the last days before our trip through Norway last June.

Part two:
Driving with different cases we need an adjustable (high) brake light. I also want to secure the cases a little bit when parking with lockable straps.

So I made two stainless steel plates and welded two small s/steel on one plate to guide the straps on each side. Because I sell bike parts I now only had to take a led brake light out of my stock and had to insert it in a housing from an old wall lamp.

The whole brake light is connected with a coil cable to the Morgan loom.
Last edited by bmgermany; 06/02/16 03:41 PM.
Re: “Norway Travel Kit” #2 [Re: bmgermany] #338881
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Very nice indeed. I think there are quite a few Morgan owners would buy one of those if ever you decided to put it into production.


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