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Sunlite 3" Reflector w/ Bracket
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- 3" Round w/ bracket
- Front uses a brake bolt mount
- Rear uses a 25.4mm clamp mount
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This item Sunlite 3" Reflector w/ Bracket, Rear
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The answer is just as well as the post mounted side of highway selector that it was parked next to.
Have this on the front and two matching red ones on the back
This reflector is a perfect fit. See the photo I uploaded.
My concern is the bracket is plastic and feels fragile. I expect, without extreme care, it will break. That's what happened to the original front reflector. All that was left on the bike when I bought it was a small part of the bracket held by the fender bolt.
This appears to meet the Federal Safety Standards for Reflectors, as I went out and tested in on a dark road with only my car headlights.
It tested so well, I elected to buy one more, as I wanted extra protection.
And that made my trike even more visible from the front.
Same goes of the same configuration in red, for the rear.
Mounted easily on my three wheel Terra Trike.
One thing, I've noticed that some individuals rate this product poorly.
That is a mistake.
The product is very good as reflectors go.
But then many reviewers complain about lack of instructions and or brackets for their particular bike.
Bicycles are extensible ecosystems of parts like personal computers.
Any bicycle is an assembled / cherry picked selection of parts from independent manufacturers within a loosely standardized ecosystem of parts makers.
Thus many individuals fail to understand that the typical bicycle is a product of a "manufacturer," / marketing and sales organization who slaps a name on a bicycle created from picking parts from this ecosystem of independent parts manufacturers.
So all the parts can be made to work with each other, if you find the right "thingie" that either the bicycle maker or this reflector maker failed to include in the package.
Yes, out of the package this reflector and the similar red ones did not exactly fit my Trike.
But then I quickly sourced, for not a lot of money the necessary "hanger" / mounts to put the white one on the front of a frame which is 100% unlike any traditional bicycle, and a rear end which is absolutely nothing like any bicycle most have seen.
Total cost for reflectors and mounts came to under $25.00
So perhaps individuals have to start to take responsibility to figure things out and not passively sit by and ask for everything to be served up on a silver platter. Because when that happens the server, wants to get paid for the knowledge, experience and connections to get it all together in one neat fully instructed package with the right parts for a specific bicycle.
And that will cost a lot more than the price of this reflector which fairly reflects the information and parts content in the packaging.