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DOES THIS FIT??

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Its one of those universal mount things...yours would sit lower since the pic bike has risers....if ya can get it fer under 100 with ALL hardware, might not be bad....but if its used and has scratches, ya cant tell that unless ya see it......I bought a batwing fairing fer $80, then made my own shorty windshield....I can add accessories to the inside now too....them clear ones, yer limited....all depends on what ya want....I personally think the clear look cheasy...like on KC2's bike....Id at least paint the lower end to match the bike....from the inside, btw....



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Its one of those universal mount things...yours would sit lower since the pic bike has risers....if ya can get it fer under 100 with ALL hardware, might not be bad....but if its used and has scratches, ya cant tell that unless ya see it......I bought a batwing fairing fer $80, then made my own shorty windshield....I can add accessories to the inside now too....them clear ones, yer limited....all depends on what ya want....I personally think the clear look cheasy...like on KC2's bike....Id at least paint the lower end to match the bike....from the inside, btw....
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Its one of those universal mount things...yours would sit lower since the pic bike has risers....if ya can get it fer under 100 with ALL hardware, might not be bad....but if its used and has scratches, ya cant tell that unless ya see it......I bought a batwing fairing fer $80, then made my own shorty windshield....I can add accessories to the inside now too....them clear ones, yer limited....all depends on what ya want....I personally think the clear look cheasy...like on KC2's bike....Id at least paint the lower end to match the bike....from the inside, btw....
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WTF??
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Ouch is right...



Anyway looks like a handle bar mount windscreen...so should fit just about any bike then....

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I think Wolfie phrased it poorly, he meant to say they look cheesey all clear, but your's painted to match the body colour look good. Your bike inspired the plans for mine

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I think Wolfie phrased it poorly, he meant to say they look cheesey all clear, but your's painted to match the body colour look good. Your bike inspired the plans for mine
Agree with AngryBob - Wolfie was complimenting what KC2 did with his



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ummm....hate to say it, but mine is NOT painted

Here is a picture of my cheesy windshield

HERE

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^ Wow....that is cheesey....


But man I do love cheese.....

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ummm....hate to say it, but mine is NOT painted

Here is a picture of my cheesy windshield

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Is that a windshield or a sail? Just kidding. I bet that really makes a nice difference on long rides.

Here's my cheesy windshield. You need to age the cheese just right to get it just clear enough to use on a bike. At least with clear you can sorta see through them.



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