The Jimbo screen simply mounts behind the stock cowl, using the same attachments. Do a search, there is like a gazillion pics & mentions of it as it is so awesome. Most tw's wear one, and most owners believe it should be OEM.How does the wind screen mount?
Could you please post a photo of the back side of it...Thanks
I do much prefer to do the ruining myself as well.Jimied, I came to a clearance-priced new TW for much the same reasons about two years ago, and I've never looked back!
I was happy to spend a few extra C-notes for a brand new machine that I could ruin myself.
You're gonna love this bike.
There is a very simple answer to this and it is why qwerty mentioned it. True, the stock chain could go for 5,000 miles but you will be adjusting it every time you turn around. As it stretches it will be wearing out your sprockets and will also require constant lubrication that flies all over everything.I don't know why anyone would recommend the expense/hassle of replacing a brand new chain. It'll do 5,000 miles.
By the time it's used up you'll know if you like stock gearing and if not you'll know what you want so you can replace chain then with a new/better sprocket.