British Customs knows that the devils lie in the details when it comes to bike customization. That’s why we engineered a set of billet Headlight Ears to enable some subtle and sublime changes to the front end of your Triumph Classic. The British Customs Headlight Ears streamline front end operations by moving the headlight 10mm closer to the bike, while the included fork tube clamps free up positioning possibilities in the vertical plane. Our package comes complete with two billet aluminum headlight ears, four fork tube clamps and all of the stainless steel hardware you need. They are available in black or chrome to suit all styles of rider. To take things to the next level, we recommend installing the British Customs Rectiﬁer Relocation Bracket along with our brand new Front Turn Signal Bracket and Flat Gauge Bracket with ignition.
- 2 headlight ears
- 2 lower fork clamps
- 2 upper fork clamps
- Stainless steel hardware
- Available in polished black anodized or polished
- superior weather protection
This part fits the following models Triumph Bonneville T100 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Bonneville T100 Carb - 2002-2008 Triumph Bonneville Mag - 2009-2015 Triumph Scrambler 900 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Scrambler Carb - 2006-2008 Triumph Street Twin - 2016 Triumph Thruxton 900 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Thruxton 900 Carb - 2004-2008*Refer to Description in event of VIN specific fitment
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Will this bracket fit the t120?A:Unfortunately this will not fit the T120 although please be sure to keep checking our sign up for our newsletter as we are releasing more new products.Customer Support answered on August 28, 2016Why are these items suggested with the Headlight ear: Rectiﬁer Relocation Bracket, Front Turn Signal Bracket, and Flat Gauge Bracket with ignition.A:With the billet headlight ears, you will now be able to move the headlight up or down. With that being said, those recommended mods will give you a major improvement in terms of the look whereas you will be able to lower the headlight with the rectifier relocation (right underneath your horn) and use a flat gauge bracket gives the front a low-profile look.
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