Now this isn't a "major" modification. Already on my VTR 250, I find the single headlight beam a leeetle pissweak/narrow, and whilst I could retrofit a higher wattage light etc, I have these puppies lying around from ages ago. Now, they are projector lense driving lights, H3 bulb, using standard halogens but happily take anything you can fit in them ie HID, (metal body, heat not an issue). They have a sharp cutout but almost 180 degrees of dispersion, no joke. A single one of these lights up the road directly ahead just as well as the vtr's single headlight but also has a much, much wider spread. I was considering removing the vtr's single altogether, but i'd have to hassle around to retrofit a H4 bulb to these, not worth it. A dual headlight conversion is on the cards later though. Anyway, as such, they must be mounted one way, with this bracket Ie, the bracket must sit near horizontal. I'm thinking of having it a little tilted in order to give more light "level" when leaned over but its not a huge issue. Now, I have found they hang happily off the outside edge of the indicators using the factory screw thats in that position, given the body of the lights are light metal it's no strain...but.. it looks odd, and unless its angled either directly ahead (defeating the purpose) or off the side (fantastic, but looks very odd) it hits the frame on full steering lock. What I need is like...a clamp for the forks that has a tab on it horizontally I can drill that bracket onto. Plenty of places it would sit perfectly up high above the factory fork clamps (term?). Something that clamps onto a vertical tube but ofers a horizontal platform to mount the light's bracket on. Like this But note thats not for a full tube. I know this is something any workshop could fab up fairly quick but i'm just wondering if this is some type of common device I can pick up from a particular industry, etc.