a very quick fix for for a typical break on a yamaha raptor 660's headlight mount on the lower front portion.
there is one very weak spot that tends to break, so i made this quick little thing.
in addition to printing this, you'll need to drill 2 or 3 holes, on either side, preferably into the "meat" of the plastic mount of the headlight case, so there is some strength to hold the wire.
what i chose to do is 1 hole on the thin side, and 2 holes on the thick side, and use a length of 26 gauge copper wire(you could use some steel or anything else that fits and can take the bending), and feed it half way though on the thin side, then weave one side through the inner 2 holes in the printed part, and the other side on the outer 2 holes in the printed part, and feed each end of the wire to each of the holes on the thick side. and just twist the 2 sides together.
it seems to be holding pretty well after the first ride.
i don't know if the headlights changed from the 660 era to the 700 era or not, so it may work on the 700's too if they didn't beef up the headlight housings.