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Grom headlight needs four bolts, paired top and bottom, to hold the plastic shroud which holds the lamp itself.

If you're going to do it, order up from Thailand as the Thai domestic bikes have neater blinker shrouds which don't stick out as far and that (lookalike) projector lamp which isn't a projector but does give a much neater beam cutoff.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331778671092

Worth noting the top fixings points are wider so you'd maybe be looking at spacer tubes to even it out.

The shroud hides the fixings pretty well, so you could probably use suitable sized stainless p clips unless you're looking for a really super neat look.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190900783836
 
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@a_morti thank you for the help on this - Do you know where I could source the classier clamps to get the 4 bolts needed to bolt this thing in place?

I do like the thai lamp better, good advice.
 

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I'd do it the cheap way but I'm a tight git.

Just type CNC headlight bracket into eBay and see what suits?
 

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I can look into making some once I get back from vacation it there is interest

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PM me if you need Grom headlight dimensions more than what's shown on that eBay ad. Just note it'll be with a ruler and one eye closed, as I don't have a caliper here.

It's a cool light, that's for sure.
 

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I have a grom. It comes with a 35w bulb and a weird single wave lighting coil like the 60's. I put a 60w bulb in there and now it's actually pretty decent and the beam cutoff is nice n clean.
 
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