Light & Motion GoPro Mount (Taz)

Light & Motion GoPro Mount (Taz)
Light & Motion GoPro Mount (Taz)
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GoPro Mount (Taz) by Light & Motion
Turn your Taz Mount into a GoPro mount with the Light & Motion Taz GoPro Mount. Compatible with all Taz lights, this adapter connects your Taz to any GoPro mounting option for versatile use out on the bike.

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SKU: LTM002T
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