**Find Your Clamp Size
Gadget**

**This question is asked a lot on motorcycle forums and
lists. "What size clamp do I need to attach my (light, highway peg,
speedometer cable, clutch cable etc) to my (frame, dresser bar etc). **

**We're all supposed to remember our grammar school math that
tells us to use the formula ****circumference/pi = diameter. Oh sure,
we all remember that stuff, use it every day. Yeh right. Well
here's a simple calculator that'll get the job done for you. **

**Go to your bike with a piece of string or strip of paper and
wrap the string/paper around whatever round object you want to put a clamp
on. If you end up with an odd number like 4 1/2" convert to
decimel 4.5 and enter it in the "Circumference" box below then click
on the "Solve" box. You'll be shown the diameter of the clamp
you need. Don't remember how to convert a fraction to a decimal?
Just divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number) on the
handy dandy calculator provided below so 3/16" would be .18, 7/8" would be .87
etc.**

**Let's Do This**

**Take your measurement with tape or string and if there's a
fraction enter the numerator in the first box, denominator in the second box
then click on the 'divide' ( / ) button to get the decimal equivalent if there
is one. Example the Nomad engine protector bar is 3 15/16".
Enter the 15 and the 16 in the boxes below and click on /**

**Now enter your whole number plus the decimal (if any) in the
"Circumference" box and click the "Solve" button**

**The number you see in the "Diameter" box is the clamp size you
need for your project.**

**Go Ride,
Gadget**