Super duper excellent job and love the idea of utilizing a drill battery
Im in the market for a new drill/driver and thought i could kill two birds with one stone,but couldnt think of a way of bridging it to the lamp .
The batteries i had in mind are for the newer bosch mini driver @10.8V Li-ion, only 1.3ah [about the same as the ryobi one you have there]but the big plus with them is they are only 3" long by about 1 1/4" thick,down side is you would have to find a busted driver to use its mount fittings and as its quite a new thing i doubt theres enough around yet.
I have the old nightsun team max lamp hoods and bar mounts but the lamp internals are gone,as is the wiring and switch,though the one that was there looked like a cheap replacement
Its always the lamp units themselves that are hard to come by.Ill have to creep through a maplin catalogue see if i can work it all out
I think using two irn-bru can haves,the lower end for strength and a bit of rigidity, side by side would make good hoods.
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