Weld-On Key Switch Housing

I used to make mine, welding it in the most \surprising and hidden places, having fun with clients trying to find out how to start their bikes. for the 1st time.

Now there is a ready made solution, but of course you still have to weld. This weld-on key switch housing includes the mount, aluminum cap with 3 postion key switch and horn switch. You can choose another electric setup, but when you order, for a good fit, don’t forget to mention the  frame tube size where you intend to weld it (not a very good idea to install it too close to a hot part). From $149 to $199. For sale at

5 Responses to “Weld-On Key Switch Housing”

  1. 1 Dec 23rd, 2008 at 12:51 pm

    Anyone know the measurments of this iginition swith?

  2. 2 Dec 23rd, 2008 at 10:36 pm

    These housings accept a 3/4″ ignition switch. If you would like one to fit a different size ignition, via email and we can make you one.

  3. 3 Dec 24th, 2008 at 12:32 pm

    If a customer has the ablity to weld the housing on, I would think they would also be able to figure out how to weld a piece of tubing up, and put in a $10 key switch.

  4. 4 Dec 26th, 2008 at 4:07 pm

    Unfortunately AnARchYMoCo you are assuming that all welders are machinists? These housings and caps are both welded and machined and provide a unique way to hide those dreaded horn buttons that most states (if not all) require.

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