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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-25-2009, 07:16 AM Thread Starter
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Tinted Slipstreamer winshiled F/S

Slipstreamer SS-28 tinted (smoke) windshield for sale, with the original mounting hardware, all the packaging and instructions. Comes with the correct size allen wrenchs/keys for installation.

Windshield has some light damage (scrapes, as seen in picture) on left side, when I bought this used back in Oct it had these on it, I never asked what from, but it's not bad, and it's not cracked or broken.

I installed this on my bike and rode once, for about an hour in the cold with it and it worked pretty well for blocking the windblast.

Dimensions from Slipstreamers website: 15” H x29" W x 19" B

I'm asking $55 which includes shipping within the USA, and I prefer Paypal.

Feel free to PM me for any other details you want, and if/when it sells I'll post it "gone" right away right here.

Thanks for looking.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-27-2009, 02:05 AM
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It just plain got tired one day and fell over on that side in my gravel driveway. I had only parked in that very same spot dozens of times, so imagine my surprise when I watched in slow motion for 10 feet away as it hit the ground. I was lucky that was all the damage that was done to the bike. My wife didnt like the tinted windshield anyways, and being it is now "her bike", I replaced it with the same model, but in clear. I haveto admit that it does add a cleaner look to the bike.

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LOL! Those slow motion tip overs are something to see.

Thanks for the scoop.
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Either of ya got any pics of it on the bike? (even of the clear one?)


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Nope. I was putting off trudging through the snow for photos until somebody PM'd me specifically about some.

The last set of pics I took of it in the garage didn't come out very well so it needs to be drug out into the snow as well.

I'll get to it soon, unless somebody lights a fire under my ass sooner. I know you know how it looks mounted, and thanks for the reminder.
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Either of ya got any pics of it on the bike? (even of the clear one?)
There are a couple of pics with the tinted SS28 that I posted a while back. Member Photos? If you cant find them pm me with your email addy and I will send you the pics I have at home. I should have with the tinted and the clear.

Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Iridium's
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Voltmeter, Clock
Stebel Nautilus horn
Slipstreamer SS28
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]
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Ahh, here it is....

Thanks


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That's a nicely done bike right there, IMHO.
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i really like the look of that shield, unfortunately I already have one...

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That is unfortunate.

Price drop to fiddy!, incl' S&H.
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