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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-02-2015, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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Please identify this part.

Hi guys. Directly in the center of the picture, on the handle bar vertical rise is a type of clamp I guess. It's on both sides. Seems to serve zero purpose. Can anyone tell me what this is for? Thanks.


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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-02-2015, 12:00 PM
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It's a clamp for some type of windscreen....which was obviously removed. You can take them off and throw them away....unless someone here wants them...

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Makes perfect sense. Thank you.

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I thought it was a pinwheel holder .... that's what is in mine

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I could use them if you don't need them
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Guarantee you I or several other people could make good use of those. A flag holder comes to mind. Or I would fit it for a cup holder.

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I have them on my bike. They are the U-clamp mount system for the Deflector Screen . Picture of them in middle of page on right.
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How if your 95 so clean and shiny looking? Especially the area around the ignition key. That's all scratched and worn on my bike.

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How if your 95 so clean and shiny looking? Especially the area around the ignition key. That's all scratched and worn on my bike.

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I just bought it this year. The guy I got it from seems to have taken good care of the exterior. It also basically sat in his garage most of the last 3 years. The brake fluid was not quite as nice!

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