Re: Broken wind shield support
Hi, Kelvin. If you're talking about the slightly dog-leg piece that is running lower left to upper right in your picture, I might be able to help. You can remove the left side 'pivot arm' (which is what I call that piece) and pick up a plate of 1/4" thick Lexan at your local glass shop - then make an outline copy on the plate and using a variable speed hand jig saw, go slow and cut out the piece. To make mine, I used a rattle can of dark paint and sprayed over the good piece, and that left the outline to cut. Once cut, I used the tube-sanding piece from a Dremel set and beveled the edges. A variable drill wuz used to bore the pivot holes to fit the pivot sleeve. Getting it all back together almost required four hands, due to the spring fitment involved - butt it's doable solo with patience.
BTW - I might be able to find one remaining piece from my inventory that I made several years ago. If so, can you use it, and do you just need one? Or would you rather make your own? HTH.