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Portland Design Works Rack Bracket

September 27, 2013 - Comment
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Quercus Alba says:

Good quality, get this if you want to put PDW Danger Zone on rear rack I ordered two different PDW tail lights – the Radbot 1000 and the Danger Zone, and I ordered one of these rack bracket kits as well. This mounting hardware actually comes with the Radbot 1000, but not the Danger Zone.I used the the one that came with the Radbot 1000 to attach it to my rear rack. It worked great. I used the two vertical holes, which are standard for rear reflectors. There is also the wider horizontal pair of holes to use if that fits your bicycle rack…

fleisc66 says:

Necessary if you have a rear rack I use a rear rack and a trunk bag on my bike, which blocks the view of my Portland Design Works Red Planet light if I mount it to my seat post. After having my light come un-clipped from my bag and bounce across the road on several occasions (light is really durable as a side note), I decided to order this mount. This mount fits my Topeak Explorer rack perfectly and my light is now securely held and visible.

J. Bean says:

Seems to Work on All Racks I have a no-brand rear carrier rack. I bought the excellent Portland Design rear light but had some doubts about being able to attach it to my carrier. The Rack Bracket, though clearly not specifically designed for my carrier, was easy to install and has held my light over some pretty rough spots.I lent my rear light to a friend so he could try it out. His carrier’s configuration was nothing like mine but the Rack Bracket again easily fit and held the light securely.If…

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