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Windshield

Ford1

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Mar 4, 2008
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36
Location
Republic of Texas
First Name
Bill
Last Name
Miller
OK i got my new Windshield, and it's installed. i like the height , and vent on it . Now if i can kept the wind off of my hands when its cold. Does anyone have any ideas on this, but no hippo gloves ?
 

Dao

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Aug 9, 2012
Messages
474
Location
austin
...or ....
get the Givi windshield with built in hand deflectors. That windshield works great in wintertime. you can literally ride in cold w/ bare hands.
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Ford1

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Mar 4, 2008
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Location
Republic of Texas
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Bill
Last Name
Miller
Well i have my hand deflectors for my 2017 Burgman 650. I just need to take the time to put them on. They look good in the box, I hope they work out.
 
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