1996-2001 TRIUMPH - MOTORCYCLE ADVENTURER WINDSHIELD (NATIONAL CYCLE STREET SHIELD WINDSHIELDS)

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Product #: 20399G Brand: National Cycle
Customer Rating: 3.9 of 5 stars

Light Tinted 20-1/2"H Street Shield Windshield

SKU #: JCW-014091 Mfr #: N2561-01
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Clear 20-1/2"H Street Shield Windshield

SKU #: JCW-014090 Mfr #: N2560-01
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windshield
April 18, 2013
Djsdad
Location: Kansas
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Multiple Times a Year
"Nice small windscreen, I like the adjustability (angle). You need ti make sure that the screen is on a hard surface,(covered by a towel , or something like it) for support, you need to apply significant pressure to install the mounts to the screen. You might have to eyeball it a bunch to get it to look right. Screen is of really good material."
Pros: price, looks, adjustability
Cons: assembly
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3 out of 5
3 out of 5
Street Shield
July 6, 2010
Anonymous
Location: Bushnell,Fl
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Multiple Times a Year
"Bought for my 84 Magna V45,ordered the 22.5 " style "Street Shield",from the headlight opening its 17 ",sits a good 4-5 " over my headlight to allow proper "eye/face" coverage,a bit "smallish",thats a BIG gap.Took close to a hour to install (this is my third "universal" windscreen) one lower kept "popping" out.When tightened seems sturdy enough.Looks pretty good,guess the slightly smaller look adds to the sportiness of the bike.Should do the job OK."
Pros: Looks pretty good,seems to mount sturdy
Cons: Poor instructions,"smallish" fit.
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3 out of 5
3 out of 5
Nice windshield
July 6, 2010
Anonymous
Location: Atlanta, GA
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Multiple Times a Year
"I agree with all the reviews about the inadequacy of the assembly instructions. They are horrible. Suggestion: use lots of soapy water to lubricate the ball jopints so they will snap together & use a cushioned/protected surface to work on so you don't scratch the shield. I am still trying to find the best position to reduce the helmet buffetting when on the highway. Perhaps a slightly higher shield would have been better for my '84 Honda Magna V30. The shield looks great and adjustments take a wrench but are easy to make. Comparative Price was right!"
Pros: Looks good, Easy to adjust, Stable
Cons: Hard to assemble, wind buffeting on helmet.
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Rock Solid @ 100 MPH
July 4, 2010
Anonymous
Location: Michigan
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Once a Year
"I needed a replacement windshield for my 1984 V65 Magna. I previously had a National Cycle Deflector Shield with adjustable rake. The Street Shield- tinted model is an excellent match for the VF series, in my opinion. I was dissapointed that a stainless steel hose clamp was used to secure the lower attachment point. That's weak. I added a small amount of rubber between the hose clamp and fork to minimize damage. Finally, be prepare to spend some time mounting the unit because of the four attachment points. The installation instructions are virtually worth. Other than a few minor annoyances, I'm very pleased. Ride on."
Pros: Rock solid, Visually Appealing
Cons: Hinkey fork attachment point, Very poor instructions
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