Denali Auxiliary Horn Mounting Bracket for Honda NC700X ’12-’15

SKU:HMT.01.10000
  • Denali Auxiliary Horn Mounting Bracket for Honda NC700X ’12-’15-22027
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  • Denali Auxiliary Horn Mounting Bracket for Honda NC700X ’12-’15-0
  • Denali Auxiliary Horn Mounting Bracket for Honda NC700X ’12-’15-22027
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  • Denali Auxiliary Horn Mounting Bracket for Honda NC700X ’12-’15-0

Description

Bike-specific mount kit for installing Denali SoundBomb or Stebel Compact Dual-Tone Air Horn.  All mounting hardware and instructions included. For easy wiring check out our Plug-n-Play wiring kit.

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SKU:
HMT.01.10000
Categories:
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Brand:
Denali
Weight:
.01 lbs
Dimensions:
.01 × 5.25 × 5.25 in
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Price

$26.99

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$26.99

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Part Numbers

Our part number: HMT.01.10000
Manufacturer Number: HMT.01.10000
GTIN12 / UPC Barcode: 810005871044

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Fitment Associations

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Year Make Model
2012 - 2015 Honda NC700X

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  1. Sly

    Better than fabricating your own!

    Sly

    Bought the bracket along with the Denali sound bomb horn. Easy install and location is ideal on my Honda NC700X. Tucks in nice behind my Givi engine guards is very audible and protected from road debri. Included longer screws are a plus saving me a run to the store as other buyers stated this was a problem in the past.

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  2. Nc700x in pa

    Excellent design

    Nc700x in pa

    The bracket was perfect in that it was easily modified to fit my specific situation. I had earlier added Mmoto crash bars which conflicted with the original bracket design. The bracket however was easily modified to shift the horn position slightly with the addition of a short piece of aluminum plate and a few bolts. Looks like a stock instillation. Absolutely perfect. Thanks

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