Build Your Own 7" Side Mount Headlight

$35.95 - $39.95
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Build your own 7" bullet style side mount headlight assembly. Great looking, high quality custom headlight. Choose color combination from the drop down menus.

Check the dimensions below. These will fit on many Honda, Harley, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha and other brands of bikes.

Features a sturdy metal housing
Includes 7" sealed beam incandescent bulb - 12 Volt 60/50 Watt
Includes M8 mounting bolts with washers
Includes wire harness with male bullet terminals. 3 prong tabs can be bent back to fit standard 3 prong terminal.
Assembly required. Instructions here.

Dimensions:

Outer Diameter: 7.5" (190mm)
Depth Front to Back: 6" (152mm)
Distance Between Side Mounting Holes: 6.75" (171mm)
Mounting Holes to back of shell: 3.5" (90mm)

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  • 4
    Affordable DIY way to customize

    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 31st Jul 2020

    I love having this headlight on my '75 CL360. It really sets off the bike's look and it is brighter than the original headlight (but not crazy-bright). Check the dimensions before ordering... I didn't check the depth and midway through the install, I realized it wouldn't fit my factory headlight mount. I had to order tab-style mounts to fit on my fork. It worked well in the end but made things a little more complicated. Other minor notes: It's tricky to get the grille mounted exactly straight up-and-down. Takes a bit of finagling to get the wires stuffed in the back of the light body.

  • 5
    Another awesome product from 4into1

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2019

    Worth every penny! Love the yellow and matte black look.

  • 5
    Great looking headlight!

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2019

    Looks awesome and fits my bike perfect! A little tricky to put together but nothing a little determination can’t fix! Recommend!

  • 3
    Very tricky assembly, but looks good on the bike

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Jul 2019

    The clips are tricky to attach, made especially challenging as the grill, rim and light are impossible to keep tougher. The grill does not sit well with the headlight due to the three glass alignment “bumps” on the lens. These bumps are of no utility for this purpose. I cut these down with a Dremel, then used wooden shims to hold the headlight in the rim/grill, and then attached the clips.

  • 5
    The icing on the cake

    Posted by Lee Skillan on 25th Apr 2019

    More than happy with this headlamp, looks great, cant wait to see it on the custom cafe racer im building. Assembly was a 5 min job, dont worry about comments about the clips, just needs a bit of effort as they are quite strong clips. Note if you order the grill you must fit it, ill be leaving it fitted as i like the look. Thanks guys, Lee UK

  • 5
    Works great. Less Filling.

    Posted by FigureItOutOrAskForHelp on 29th Jan 2019

    There's one bad review and... well... It seems wrong to me to knock a product because you couldn't figure out how to work it (on a site that serves the DIY community). Basically, if you can't DIY, then pay someone who can do it for you. But either way, STFU. For the rest of us: this is a fun and fast way to get a unique look for a simple street custom. The parts fit and work. What more do you need?

  • 4
    Good for custom

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Apr 2018

    It is a great quality product, but did not work for me. I have the stock rats nest of wiring, and the bundle including speedo and tach cables, etc. just didn't fit in the bucket. Would be great for a custom, cleaner, simpler wiring job. Also, to note, if you order the grille, you MUST use it. Will not fit without it. No option to keep it off, or to choose to use it or not. If you don't want it, don't select the option.

  • 5
    Great for the big bikes

    Posted by Offset Motorcycles on 23rd Oct 2017

    I put this on a GL/CX500 build and it worked great. Looks like a gem, and fits between the forks like it was made to be there. The only thing you should worry about is the speedo/tach cables. The stock buckets have indents for those, this does not. Doesn't matter if you're putting aftermarket gauges on anyway, so 5 stars.

  • 5
    High impact, low cost

    Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2017

    I can't imagine $40 that will make more of an impact on the look your bike. Assembly was painless.