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Fork Crown GoPro mount for disk or v-brake
mtbikernate I got one of these awhile back and in general I like it. Only problem is that the spot the mount attaches to the fork crown on mine has cracked and does not hold securely. I use it with a GoPro adapter to my headlight (an old Magicshine), which is really no heavier than an actual GoPro camera (I have one). This would be much better if made from aluminum, to be honest.
mtbikernate commented on Cree light - Gopro mount adapter by sam264
May 29, 2016
Cree light - Gopro mount adapter
mtbikernate This mount kinda sucks. I have two different Chinese Cree lights that use a similar sort of mounting system and this mount works with neither for different reasons. On one, the power cable exits the light housing on the lower front, and this mount has no accommodation for that cable. On the other, this mount is FAR too long to fit into the recessed portion of the light housing. None of this maker's other mounts fits those lights, either.


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