I’m using a classic, vintage voltmeter on the bike- analog, a treasure from the MIT Flea Market at $8. It’s a 0-150v Simpson bakelite panel meter, probably around 1960 vintage. So I needed a bracket for it. One that would fit with the big solid aluminum speedo I have.
I made this thing like you’d make a piece of solid silver jewelry- rough cut it with a hacksaw, filed it, ground it and polished it. I feel like I chewed this out of solid aluminum with my teeth, and, damn. If I do say so myself, it looks damn fine.
I will probably mount my Low-Voltage warning light on that cross-bracket, maybe something else too, but I’m going to keep it really simple, and really analog.