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I had a surprise waiting for me when I got home from work yesterday! A box was on the table, and I thought, could it be?



Sure enough, it was my new Jimbo Windshield in smoked grey. I was like a kid on Christmas morning! My wife and kids were laughing at me because of my excitement!
Yes, I ran right out to the garage and installed it on my T-DUB! These are so nice, and I love the look it gives to the T-BUD. I will have some photos soon once I open a Photobucket account!



Anyway, I wanted to say that communication with Jimbo was excellent, and the shipping was fast! I know I'm preaching to the choir here being the new guy, but I highly reccomend Jimbo Windshields if you looking to add one to your bike! Fit was perfect, and very easy to install, just the way I like it!



Thanks Jimbo! I'm one happy customer!
 

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OK OMM, now we have the same year and color T-DUB, we have the same Jimbo Windshield in grey, and we both live in Michigan!



Man do we have good taste hey?




I couldn't agree witnh you more Gorillabiter!
 

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OK OMM, now we have the same year and color T-DUB, we have the same Jimbo Windshield in grey, and we both live in Michigan!



Man do we have good taste hey?




I couldn't agree witnh you more Gorillabiter!
Oh ya......... Where about in our great state?? I live 20 west of Kazoo... OMM.
 

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I'm 2 hrs east of you down I-94, in a town called New Boston! We visit Kalamazoo every March for the Kalamazoo Living History Show at the county fairgrounds.
 

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It's to bad you couldn't make it to the gilmore car museum in early june for the vintage bike show.................... It's wonderful. 5,000 bikes show up. The biggest bike show in michigan... Look it up on the puter. We rode 3 dubs to it last year.. All 3 were 06 blue ones. OMM.
 

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I'm a quad months late on the thread... where does this Jimbo windshield come from? Where is Jimbo... I thinks me needs to acquire one. What is the mounting method? It looks super on the Dubster. :)
 

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One screw removes your headlight cowl. Put the Jimbo shield on and refit the cowl and you are done! The info to contact Jimbo is in a sticky here in the classified forum..
I just got mine in opaque black and it looks great against a white bike.

GaryL
 

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I'm trying to contact Jimbo but the address I keep getting on this forum is not working. Do you have a valid address?

Scott
 

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How much air does it deflect away from your body? I definitely love the looks of the windshield. But here where I live it is unbearably hot for several months, and i enjoy as much airflow through the front of my textile jacket as possible. Thanks.
 

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It is not going to make much difference really. It is really a nice addition.
 

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It doesn't divert alot of air, I don't really notice it in the warm weather. In the colder weather it seems to be more effective for me.
 

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Depends on how tall you are, it moves the air flow from my chest to the top of my helmet. My taller riding friends didn't notice a lot of difference, but to me it was a good improvement.
 

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I'm 6'0 and do think it takes the wind off my chest. Good stuff.
 

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I'm 6'5" and I think it eases the wind on my chest. I'm not a huge believer in windshields, but Jimbo is an incredible entrepreneur and the product he sells makes TW look amazing. I'd have paid double for the same product! Great job Jimbo!
 
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