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Front light for tt bars.

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Hi, down to just a tt bike now and need a good front light.

I'd like it to mount on the same mount as my garmin underneath it. Is there such a thing? Looks like the garmin light has the mount system I'm after, but I'm not sure it's compatible with tt bars.

Cheers.

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If you have a round bit on your TT bars the Knife Road is what I have running. On integrated bars I was using ayuo mounted to Garmin mount. 

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Was thinking I could mount it out the front on the extensions. I've got ayups, but would prefer something without an external battery.

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Ayups are easy to mount to your extension bars!  I'll see if I can find the pics.

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14 hours ago, willie said:

If you have a round bit on your TT bars the Knife Road is what I have running. On integrated bars I was using ayuo mounted to Garmin mount. 

That was meant to read knog pwr road 600. 

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I run the knog power road with the barfly tt mount as it has the extensions for the light under it. Works really well

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11 hours ago, bengillespie78 said:

I run the knog power road with the barfly tt mount as it has the extensions for the light under it. Works really well

Thanks. Is that the same as a go pro mount under the garmin? 

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