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Needed: windscreen brackets

I need some windshield brackets, any help appreciated, thanks ya'll.

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Are you mounting a Honda windscreen or a National Cycle kind?

Buell brackets work good and they are kinda cheap

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yeah, they are, but finding them is a drag, i live in the sticks, hell, we even have our oxygen brought in by truck, LOL
biggest city where they might be is memphis or kansas city, dont want to waste a trip for nothing





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I dont have any pics of mine on this computer. I used Buell brackets to blind mount a F-18 windscreen and it came out awesome.

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You mean these things?

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I got mine straight from National Cycle delivered to my door!!! Had them in about a week.....

http://shop.nationalcycle.com/perl/cycle/BAG%23459?mv_session_id=sJGr4Fwp&search_model= hd%2d101"


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Hey Red, go down the road to Ex-DogPatch RFD, now that's a dead town.

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You mean these things?

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Can you still get these?

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These are from my first windscreen.

IMG_0224[1].jpg

Don't need them anymore. The right one is a little bent, but can easily be straigthened.

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These are from my first windscreen.

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Don't need them anymore. The right one is a little bent, but can easily be straigthened.
Wrong Picture I'm thinking! I'd be interested in picking them up if you still have them. It would make a little project go a lot easier. Only if RED doesn't want them first.

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Right picture, wrong verbage.
What I meant was the brackets were from the old windscreen (pictured).

REDROKR PM'ed last night for them.

I'm sending them to him in exchange for a donation to WristTwisters; he can determine the amount according to the worth of the brackets and shipping.

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yeah, they are, but finding them is a drag, i live in the sticks, hell, we even have our oxygen brought in by truck, LOL
biggest city where they might be is memphis or kansas city, dont want to waste a trip for nothing
Bill,

I don't know if you have the hardware to mount the screen; I don't even know what screen you plan on using. So I included the ones that came with the OEM screen. You just have to get an acorn nut from a hardware store; I needed it for the brake lever. Also, the right bracket is a little bent. I'm sure you can take care of it.

BTW The teflon washer goes on the outside and the rubber washer on the inside of the screen. Sandwich the screen between the washers. Don't know if I needed to state that; just making sure you know.

Here's what's in the box:IMG_0234[1].jpg

You should have it by Wednesday.


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thanks bro, i reckon i can figure it out, i got as far as i got already playing tim the toolguy , reckon i can make the real thing work.

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The teflon washer goes on the outside and the rubber washer on the inside of the screen. Sandwich the screen between the washers. Don't know if I needed to state that; just making sure you know.


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Just wanted to make sure, is all. I haven't seen your work.

BTW What screen are you using?

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its a custom model from a dude in alabama. carbon fiber, its in my sig and my avatar. also have a post pic in the WT gallery.





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I'd be interested in picking them up if you still have them. It would make a little project go a lot easier. Only if RED doesn't want them first.
REDROKR got the brackets; they won't work with his screen.

If you still want them, PM him your address.

Just remember the deal with the donation to WT.

BTW Didn't get a chance to stop by the Post Office. I will tomorrow.

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sent you a pm Red!

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