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    Just got my hands on a National Cycle Delector Screen (free) but it came without any hardware. Since I'm mostly just "trying" to determine if I really want to invest in a windshield, I'm looking for some (cheap) hardware to mount it. Also the handlebar mounts for a Slip Stream uses the same sort of approach to mount the shields. Let me know if you have spare hardware you'd be willing to part with.



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    Hey MC, dont yall have a national forest or park over there? Hows the riding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddyMc View Post
    Just got my hands on a National Cycle Delector Screen (free) but it came without any hardware. Since I'm mostly just "trying" to determine if I really want to invest in a windshield, I'm looking for some (cheap) hardware to mount it. Also the handlebar mounts for a Slip Stream uses the same sort of approach to mount the shields. Let me know if you have spare hardware you'd be willing to part with.



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    Hey Buddymc, don't have the hardware to part with as mine is in use. I too got a windshield for a cheap price and went to the local m/c dealer to buy the hardware. There is a universal mounting kit that cost about 25 bucks here in Canada, probably a lot less in your area. The kit comes with handlebar clamps and 3/8" diameter rods for the shield. Works real good. Even if you didn't like the shield, which you probably will, you could sell the complete windshield for more than the cost of the kit. Just a thought. Good Luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fort Payne View Post
    Hey MC, dont yall have a national forest or park over there? Hows the riding?


    We've got several very interesting places to get off-road. You can find us near Huntland TN, or Hale Mountian (Elora TN), or Carter Mountain (CMRA) (Skyline), or Bankhead Forest, or WestPoint TN, and when hunting season is over, a really nice close to home area called Coal Mine Mountain.



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    What kind of riding do you have in Fort Payne?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Ship View Post
    Hey Buddymc, don't have the hardware to part with as mine is in use. I too got a windshield for a cheap price and went to the local m/c dealer to buy the hardware. There is a universal mounting kit that cost about 25 bucks here in Canada, probably a lot less in your area. The kit comes with handlebar clamps and 3/8" diameter rods for the shield. Works real good. Even if you didn't like the shield, which you probably will, you could sell the complete windshield for more than the cost of the kit. Just a thought. Good Luck.




    Do you remember the brand name of the universal kit you bought? The $25 is right in my price range for testing. I've got several 7/8" bar mounts from old handguards that can easily be re-tasked, but I've been unable to duplicate the rods.
    Huntsville, Alabama - Have TW, Will Ride! All White 09 TW, D2Moto Pegs, Bridgestone 302 front tire, 2" higher bars, 3/4" fork preload spacer, 5wt Honda fork oil, 135mm fork oil level, exhaust tip mod, 2.5 turns out fuel mixture, 0.060 in needle shims, 130 main jet, 14/47 sprockets, 20w-50 Valvoline MC full synthetic oil, ImmixRacing rear rack, Bilt Bag on Rack, 1" front fender spacers, Battery Tender connections on new battery (installed 12/11), Coleman ATV seat cushion, 2 Agri Supply tool tubes, 30oz MSR Fuel Bottle, auxiliary 6 LED tail light, Sylvania Silverstar Ultra H4 headlight bulb, 2357 turn signals, and Superbright's 1157 LED Motorcycle Tail Light Bulb with 19 red & 6 white LEDs. Shortened rear turn signals. Bypassed kickstand switch.



    Plus a "new to me" 1995 Yamaha Virago XV 750G for Pavement Purposes!!

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    I ride the national preserve out at little river canyon. Its fun, but after riding it a dozen times or so it gets a little old. Riding the canyon rim, aka canyon parkway, is flipping great. I went down to piedmont last weekend and rode part of the talladega national forest. Needed more gas, ran low and I was nowhere near done exploring all that.



    I think Bankhead was what I was thinking of. I saw on one of those dual sport websites they had offroad trails but I didn't know if it was worth a trip or not when it warms up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fort Payne View Post
    I ride the national preserve out at little river canyon. Its fun, but after riding it a dozen times or so it gets a little old. Riding the canyon rim, aka canyon parkway, is flipping great. I went down to piedmont last weekend and rode part of the talladega national forest. Needed more gas, ran low and I was nowhere near done exploring all that.



    I think Bankhead was what I was thinking of. I saw on one of those dual sport websites they had offroad trails but I didn't know if it was worth a trip or not when it warms up.


    I've driven around the Canyon rim in the car. Tell us more about the "national preserve"? Is that down in the canyon or some place near the canyon? We've ridden the Kentuck OHV trails at Talladega on dirt bikes and atvs but haven't been there yet on the TW's. We've been thinking about going to Stevenson AL and riding up to Swanee TN. Supposed to be some trails to the East of Stevenson as well. Maybe we could hook up with you some weekend? PM me and let's swap contact information.
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    I love riding the Talladega NF area. I would like to join you guys in a ride. I'm just down in Dothan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddyMc View Post
    Do you remember the brand name of the universal kit you bought? The $25 is right in my price range for testing. I've got several 7/8" bar mounts from old handguards that can easily be re-tasked, but I've been unable to duplicate the rods.
    Sorry, I don't know the name brand of the kit. It was actually a universal mounting kit for an ATV with 7/8" handlebars. I attached a photo of the handlebar clamp. I believe your windshield has 3/8" diameter rods attached to the shield which fit into the hole of the handlebar clamp. The bottom of the shield should have some sort of provision for attachment or you can simply drill a couple of holes in the shield and zip tie it. The picture of the clamp is actually on the handlebars of my quad but is the same as the bike. Hope this helps.






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