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Does anyone know of a company that makes windshield air deflectors for the K1200LT? I have only seen them on Gold Wings.


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Does anyone know of a company that makes windshield air deflectors for the K1200LT? I have only seen them on Gold Wings.

Yup, there is. I've got their webpage around here somewhere. I'll post it up when I get over this brain phart as to where I've got it!!
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Does anyone know of a company that makes windshield air deflectors for the K1200LT? I have only seen them on Gold Wings.
Found it. Click here for the image, and I'll post up the webpage in a sec.

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Found it. Click here for the image, and I'll post up the webpage in a sec.

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Thanks Dick.

Have you heard any reviews of this accessory?

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Thanks Dick.

Have you heard any reviews of this accessory?
I haven't, ETR. Fact, don't even know why I had the webpage hangin' around my PC. That's mostly a Wing site, isn't it? Hmmmmm - gremlins musta snuck it in on me!!

Give 'em a try and let us know.

Related item - come wintertime, I've always yearned for those 'brush blocker' thangies that fit on the handlebars. I think some of the GS models, or the off-road bikes like KLRs have 'em. Would seem to be an ideal farkle for cold weather, high speed, riding.
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Re: Windshield Mounted Air Deflectors

Okay, I just ordered them. I'll let you know how it goes....


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