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post #1 of 14 Old 03-25-2014, 12:07 PM Thread Starter
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WTB : Givi A750 MOUNTING BRACKETS

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I have a Givi A750 screen that's just aching to be put on my bike. Problem is, no mounting hardware.

Does anyone have the brackets, or a reasonable facsimile thereof, lying around somewhere ?


Thanks !

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post #2 of 14 Old 03-25-2014, 07:09 PM
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I think redline919 had these brackets two months ago - worth a try. You need these ones, right Givi windscreen

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post #3 of 14 Old 03-26-2014, 07:46 AM Thread Starter
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Yup, that's the one.

The mounting kit is the A76-A256A mounting kit for the A750 Givi screen.


Thanks for the website : that's the best pictures of the mounting hardware I've seen. I think I may have to try and get a local fabrication shop to make some brackets for me.

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That might work with a little bit of tweaking.

Thanks !

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Yup, that's the one.

The mounting kit is the A76-A256A mounting kit for the A750 Givi screen.


Thanks for the website : that's the best pictures of the mounting hardware I've seen. I think I may have to try and get a local fabrication shop to make some brackets for me.
Hey phreadd,

I live in Dartmouth and can probably make you some brackets, they look pretty straight forward. I would just need the givi windscreen to use during mock up.

Cheers,
Ian

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Hey phreadd,

I live in Dartmouth and can probably make you some brackets, they look pretty straight forward. I would just need the givi windscreen to use during mock up.

Cheers,
Ian

That would be FANTASTIC !!!

I'll get a hold of you in the next little while - it's sort of hard thinking about riding in the middle of this snow hurricane !

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That would be FANTASTIC !!!

I'll get a hold of you in the next little while - it's sort of hard thinking about riding in the middle of this snow hurricane !
Sounds good man. I have another WT memebers 919 in the garage about to under go some mods, plus mine is getting some stuff done as well! You can drop by anytime talk bikes and about fabbing up some brackets.

After the snow hurricane of course. =)

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I have a 755 that isn't mounted at the moment. I'll be using the brackets but if you need some detail pictures of them to reproduce I can take and post some up...

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I have a 755 that isn't mounted at the moment. I'll be using the brackets but if you need some detail pictures of them to reproduce I can take and post some up...

If you could do that, I'd really appreciate it !

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I have a 755 that isn't mounted at the moment. I'll be using the brackets but if you need some detail pictures of them to reproduce I can take and post some up...
That would be great! Having a few pics/measurements should make it easier.

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I have a 755 that isn't mounted at the moment. I'll be using the brackets but if you need some detail pictures of them to reproduce I can take and post some up...
rpcraft, if you take it off the bike, use some paper to copy it, scan it and send it to Ian, this way he will just use it as a model to cut the brackets.
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rpcraft, if you take it off the bike, use some paper to copy it, scan it and send it to Ian, this way he will just use it as a model to cut the brackets.
my 2c
If you could do that it would make it super easy to bend something up.

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Here we go. Hopefully the ruler on the side helps a little.
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