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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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SOLD - Yamaha Touring Windscreen



Last item remaining for sale- Yamaha Touring windscreen, for '13-19 models. Perfect condition. As far as I know, it was mounted to the bike, taken out for one ride and removed. It's nearly brand new and will come in original box and packaging.

Save yourself the time, money and effort shopping- $130 shipped.
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Last item remaining for sale- Yamaha Touring windscreen, for '13-19 models. Perfect condition. As far as I know, it was mounted to the bike, taken out for one ride and removed. It's nearly brand new and will come in original box and packaging.



Save yourself the time, money and effort shopping- $130 shipped.

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Simple- I didn't want a larger screen. And it's also sold. The prior owner had purchased it, mounted it, used it ever so briefly and returned the bike to stock.
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Why are you selling?

The usual reason someone sells a low mileage accessory: The either disover that they don't need it or it just doesn't work for them.


I bought a Yamaha Touring Windshield immediately after my first long trip: 2700 miles, 4300 km. It was the least expensive option in after market windshields. I figured that if I didn't like it, I could sell it and not lose too much money. For me, it worked "good enough".

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I'm thinking about buying an MRA extension kit or a Original Yamaha Touring windscreen - I'm being disturbed by MRA about vibrations .... bud a larger screen does not look pretty aesthetically ....


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From the Yamaha Touring screen to a full size Cee Bailey, anyone but an fjr rider thinks they look normal and came from the factory. Same for most Givi top cases. But we are a little more idiosyncratic, since we own them. The Yamaha Touring screen is superb. The vstream 20308 is about even. Different but very similar. Same folks make both screens.
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