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Snow Mobile Windshield
Written by douglasvanb on 5/25/2012 at 04:23 pm

Coasters,

I have been chatting on email with Kevin, a soon-to-be Coaster in Vermont who is
eyeing a stately black PC800. The bike has a very non-standard windshield. It
comes from a snow mobile! Picture of the bike with shield:
http://i.imgur.com/EsAyR.jpg According to Kevin, the windshield is a Sno-Stuff.
Googling shows that they retail for $50-100 online. Not sure of the exact model
but it appears we have yet another choice for windshields. Has anyone else seen
a PC with a snow mobile shield?

Cheers!

Douglas

Message Thread for message #113303

douglasvanb
5/25/2012, 04:23 pm
Snow Mobile Windshield
Coasters, I have been chatting on email with Kevin, a soon-to-be Coaster in Vermont who is eyeing a stately black PC800. The bike has a very non-standard windshield. It comes from a snow mobile! Picture of the bike with shield:

    spacetiger_j...
    5/25/2012, 04:34 pm
    Snow Mobile Windshield
    Nice looking bike; like the seat piping. Any other pics (like from the front)? --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "

      douglasvanb
      5/25/2012, 04:39 pm
      Snow Mobile Windshield
      I think we'll have to wait for Kevin to finalize the purchase and take some additional photos. There was only the one picture on the CL ad. Cheers! Douglas --- In

    obijuanak
    5/25/2012, 04:39 pm
    Snow Mobile Windshield
    Well, we have plenty of snowmobiles around here, just not enough PCs :-) Looks like he is using a Rifle base to attach the shield to the bike. Coasters, if you though the Rifle shield flopped around? sno-go shields are designed to sta

      revconprince
      5/25/2012, 05:53 pm
      Snow Mobile Windshield
      While it would not make me shy away from the bike I would never consider choosing this option. The reason is that most snowmobile windshields are made from polycarbonate, so they will not crack when hit. All well and good, but polycarbonate c