Well I got tired of the headlight rattle and the flicker due to the vibrations. So I ripped the assembly apart and found the cause was the sheet metal upper mount bracket flexing fore and aft. Now that I have this installed I no longer get ANY shake or rattle. This is a relatively simple fix. Takes approximately $1 in materials, about 5 hours of labor, and a few 6 packs.
Black appliance enamel paint
Hex to remove the headlight (I don't remember the size)
Flathead screwdriver to remove headlight wire connectors, and adjusters from the upper bracket
Grinder with stripper wheel
Grinder with wire wheel
Welder and peripherals
Cutting device for raw materials
Stock upper bracket is WAY thinner material than the lower mount. Here are the shaping tools all materials.
Shaping the material to fit the arch of the top of the stock bracket.
Final cut and shape of raw material
Cleaning up the two pieces
Decent enough penetration
Final weld pre-cleanup. Not pretty but structurally sound
Did a little playing with settings to bead them together since they are two drastically different thicknesses before cleaning it up. Here is the final product.
and installed on the bike (minus the chrome surround)