Anyone use cheap windshield?

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by Mikvi, Sep 26, 2015.

  1. Mikvi

    Mikvi Member

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    Anyone used one of the $50.00 E-Bay special windshields? Don't really want to pay $400.00 for a Harley one.
     
  2. Bodeen

    Bodeen Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    Check these out. Long Ride Shields

    I have not used Ebay shield but have used these and they are top notch. You can catch them on sale for a bargain too....
     
  3. atm33

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    Listen to Bodeen. LRS shields are great. They also go on sale a couple times a year and can be had in the $50 to $80 range (including shipping!). They are very well made and you won't find any other shields with the recurve option anywhere else that I'm aware of in this price range. I highly suggest you skip the Ebay shields and go with these.
     
  4. rusntx

    rusntx Active Member Contributor

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    LRS is the wayto go, have a couple of their shields. Great service, Great product, Great price. Check em out.
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  5. Harttoo

    Harttoo Senior Member

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    LRS shields are awesome. Watch for sales.
     
  7. EnjoyingTheRyde

    EnjoyingTheRyde Junior Member

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    I have not bought the inexpensive Ebay shields but I did buy a 9" LRS with curve this year and really like it.
     
  8. Mikvi

    Mikvi Member

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    I lucked out. The windshield of my sportster fitted. Just needed to change the quick release clamps to 49mm. $130.00 from HD. Much cheaper than the new windshield. Now I can sell the clamps from the sportster :)
     
  9. Swomack

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  10. dbmg

    dbmg Experienced Member

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    Remember that you get what you pay for. Its better to find a sale on quality shield then purchasing a cheap one to only have to purchase a good one in the end.
     
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