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2012 Honda Rebel 250 Windshields

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Slip Streamer
Spitfire Windshield
$75.95 - $87.95
$64.99 - $74.79
You save up to $13.16 (15%)
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Slip Streamer Spitfire Windshield Harley or metric, the Spitfire Windshield from Slip Streamer is a universal fitting shield that is highly adjustable in terms of height and angle. Not only providing
Slip Streamer
Hellfire Windshield
$151.95
$129.99
You save $21.96 (14%)
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Slip Streamer Hellfire Windshield A shield built to cruise, literally! Designed to meet the needs of today's rider, the SS-24 is the ultimate Cruiser fairing. The hellfire is a functional yet fashiona
National Cycle
Deflector Windshield
$122.95 - $139.95
$110.99 - $125.99
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National Cycle Deflector Windshield The Deflector Screen is a unique first-time shield that is small and unobtrusive, but still has that custom look. Adjustable to fit a wide range of motorcycl
National Cycle
Street Shield EX
$159.95
$143.99
You save $15.96 (10%)
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National Cycle Universal Street Shield EX You asked for it! By popular request, National Cycle has a Quick Release version of the ever popular Street Shield. This Shield is slightly taller and wide
National Cycle
Flyscreens
$154.95 - $159.95
$139.99 - $143.99
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National Cycle Flyscreens Made from durable high impact acrylic Beautifully finished fork mount hardware 9" height from headlight cutout to top Models are fork mounted except for Suzuki Bandit, SV6
National Cycle
Deflector Screen DX
$134.95
$121.99
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National Cycle Deflector Screen DX You asked for it! By popular request National Cycle has a Quick Release version of the ever popular Deflector Screen. This new shield comes with the QuickSet™ Quick
Slip Streamer
Viper Windshield
$112.95 - $116.95
$96.09 - $99.49
You save up to $17.46 (15%)
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Slip Streamer Viper Windshield The newest of the handlebar mount fairings. The "Viper" uses the same quick release mount system as the popular Spitfire shield but has a larger glass for adde

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Eric (Spokane, WA)

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Good clamps

I replaced my stock 1" bars with 1 1/4" drag bars and the stock mounts wouldn't work. These were just what I needed. Solved the problem and are better quality than the original. It was a bit inconvenient to have to run to the hardware store for set screws that should have been included though.

Leslie (Topeka, KS)

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Slip Streamer Hell Fire Windshield

I put this shield on my 1100 Honda Shadow and am quite satisfied. Installation took about 15 minutes and can't say if the instructions were any good or not because it seemed pretty intuitive. I would recommend this to anyone who doesn't need a full two up windshield. Service from Superstore was outstanding and the product actually arrived a day earlier than I expected.

Bob (West Valley City, UT)

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Replacement Windshield

Great windshield, easy replacement on my 2005 Electra Glide. Ordered the 8" instead of the 12" that was original equipment. I like to be able to see over the top of the windshield. When the time comes I'll buy another Memphis Shades.

John (Magnolia, DE)

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Just right for the job...

2 suggestions 4 the makers of this model, Tee Knob threads could be longer. "I think" they would have worked but I used the provided set screws instead. Both Tee Knobs didn't seem to be the same length either. The only fitting problem I have is that it rubs my speedometer. It started to scratch the windshield so I put a piece of cloth cut from an old pair of jeans in between and tied it off. If the upper rods were longer, it would fit better. All in all, I am very happy with it and the price.

Buck (Brooklyn, NY)

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Weakness around holes

I have been using the Alley Cat gradient ruby for over a year. Last month I slightly bumped a toll gate and it cracked almost in two. It finished the day's riding (and another day back home) patched with scotch tape. I was offered a different brand for a little more money, but am sticking with MS.

Knuckles (Reno, NV)

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Nice Fairing

Very easy to install and looks great. The only complaint I have is the cheap plastic screws they give you to mount the windshield to the fairing... And price...I still wouldn't say its worth $350 but if you want something you gotta pay for it I guess lol.

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