Windshield brackets

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  1. CrzystghndKC

    CrzystghndKC Triumph guy happy he didn't work for Harley.

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    So I have seen the advantage of the brackets some people have between the fixing kit and the brackets on the windscreen. Putting on my Roadster screen was a pain because multiple clearance issues. The additional bracket would take the pain away. Does anybody know where I can get some? Or if anybody has the ability to make some I would definitely be interested.
     
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    I found this pic on the forums. Not sure who made the drawing but I used this template to make two windshield brackets out of some scrap metal I had. The two square holes I made as round holes.
     

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    CrzystghndKC Triumph guy happy he didn't work for Harley.

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    Thanks. I saw about the same drawing but it didn't have measurements. I really don't know why someone hasn't mass produced them.
     
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    Ya pretty simple to make. I just used a copy machine to get the measurements to the actual scale. Then you can just trace it onto some metal. Make some simple cuts, drill some holes and your there.
     
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    CrzystghndKC Triumph guy happy he didn't work for Harley.

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    Yes but I absolutely do not have the tools and equipment to do it right. What sheet metal tools I did have were stolen a few years ago.
     
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    So I was wondering if anybody else would want some I found a shop by my office willing to make some. Now just waiting on a price. It would be good if he could make more than two. They will be mild steel it'll be up to you how they get finished. I will just paint mine.
     
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