Primary use is for better visibility during the daytime but would like the to have the aux lights as well for those few nights that I ride.
*This 3 position rotary switch, (With knob) mounted like "Chop96" did;
This should give me a 3 position for the new lights, on / /low / bright.
I use that three position switch to control three brightness levels. I have a separate switch up on the left handlebar to turn on, and send them to 100% using the high beam. So, using the Skene IQ-275 and those two switches, I have off, programmed to 20%, 40%, 60%, and 100% with high beam. I think the only piece I didn't show is the push-button on/off switch I used on the handlebars. Got it on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Billet-On-O...item25d96ad2cc
Those LD5 lights are pretty darn bright and mount very easily using the Clearwater mirror mounts.
BTW - I also replaced the stock aux lights with the LEDRider LX3s for a substantial brightness increase over the stock lights. I control the brightness of both sets of lights using that one rotary knob. That thread where you grabbed the picture tells how I did that replacement including the mounting.
That switch isn't going to be easily accessible at night with gloves on... At 100% in the daytime you'll piss oncoming traffic off, especially if it's a cloudy day.
Duane - I disagree - REALLY easy to use with any/all gloves I have incl the thick heated ones. That said, if the lights wired as I have them, the on/off is a quick finger push away, and if the 3-pos switch is properly set for night (i.e. lowest setting), then full bright to a "socially acceptable" level is as easy as turning off the high beams.
Skyguy - if you need/want more specifics, let me know.
Justin - thanks for pulling me into this one.