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My latest, new and improved motorcycle hand wind deflectors are based on the original mounting method of my previous ones, but use Lexan sheet for a less visually ...
Materials: (2) .093" x 8" x 10" Lexan sheets. I got mine at Home Depot. They are replacement panes for windows. They cost $3.75 each (4) each stainless ...
To make the mounting bracket, cut the 1/8" x 1" aluminum bar to length. You will need to mock up the basic length with a piece of stiff ...
I used a piece of cardboard to mock up the shield. Use a piece of cardboard or stiff paper, that matches the size of the Lexan sheet. Cut ...
Transfer the outline of the mockup to the Lexan sheet with a Sharpie. Tape the (2) sheets of Lexan together so that they can be cut at the ...
Clamp the Lexan between two piece of wood with clean straight edges. Use the two Sharpie marks to align the bend line in the wood vice. Using the ...
Install the brackets on the mirror mounts and hold up the shield to the position you prefer. Mark the 2 bracket holes on the shield with a Sharpie, ...
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