Re: [TriumphTrophy] Walnecks
- In a message dated 7/30/2002 10:14:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> <<if you pick up a Walnecks mag>>Beardg>Its a vintage motorcycle sales mag. You should be able to find it in
> Okay, I give! What is a Walnecks mag?
the bike/car section of any mag/book store worth it`s salt. very intersting
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- Ok, I hate to change the subject. I purchased a used clearview from Bud for
winter driving and have the original in a box. I would like to hear what
everyone now has to say about what type of summer short shield to buy. I saw
one on somenes bike on the files in this group but it did not say what kind
of screen it was. I want something low, dark and swooped back like a sport
bike. This is strictly for summer in the south so give me some good ideas
and places to go. By the way Bud, that screen is the best. I can ride now
without going blind form the wind hitting me in the face. Oh before everyone
pounds me, I have read every email for the last 3 months, I have seen all the
datbases and files and pictures. I am asking you folks for your ideas on
what the best screen is according to the specifications I have described.
- <<By the way Bud, that screen is the best.>>
Another satisfied customer.... Ed was VERY patient with me as he waited
until I was back from my Vegas trip and then waited some more until my bike
was back from the shop. I am glad to hear that the wait was worth it.
Meanwhile, since I was sent the incorrect shield, I have been waiting even
longer than Ed for my new Clearview - 1.5" above XL, grey, with adjustable
- I want something low, dark and swooped back like a sport
> bike.Ed, do the www.bikescreens.com thing. They have exactly what you are
looking for. Get the short screen and tell them you want it tinted as
dark as they can. Looks great. If mine had not been blasted by the
dreaded Turkey Vulture I would still have it. You will get plenty of
breeze from the screen for the South Texas summer (which is pretty
much most of the year).