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    Senior Member bcscammell's Avatar
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    With the colder weather coming I figured I'd try and cut down on some of the wind and rain. I've already installed a windshield and hand guards but my legs were still getting wet . I made up these wind/rain deflectors and took it for a test drive. While it hasn't rained yet(unusual for this part of the country) the wind on my legs was cut down a lot. It was 0 degrees Celsius on the ride and at 80 kph on the highway it felt quite comfortable . I cut a piece of ABS drain pipe length wise and heated it with a torch, it can then be flattened into a sheet. A couple of homemade brackets and a little paint finished it off. They look a little goofy but can be trimmed later.
















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    Those look great! I hope they help keep you warm and dry. Good job!
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    Very creative!



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    Quote Originally Posted by xdac View Post
    Very creative!



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    who farted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xdac View Post
    Very creative!



    Whats on your passenger peg?
    Thanks. The tube on the passengers peg is the lower part of my gun rack. Made out of a piece of ABS pipe and a cap. Keeps the muzzle end of the rifle from getting damaged . The top part of the gun rack is the U shaped bracket bolted to the cargo rack, painted with a contrasting color so I don't remove my manhood on it. Before I had the cargo rack I let the butt end of the rifle, in a soft gun case, rest on the turn signal and secured it with a single bungee, worked real good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman View Post
    Those look great! I hope they help keep you warm and dry. Good job!
    I'm kind of looking forward to the rain to see if they work.

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    They look cool. Can you get an angel from the side? I could use some to slow my 14 hp TW down from high speeds.

    Sincerely, they do look cool. Love the innovation in this forum.
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    I have been thinking of doing this as well. What kind of clamps did you use? I think I may make my deflectors a little longer for my rainy day trips
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    That's a very nice looking set-up. What kind of windscreen is that?



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