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RE: Cold feet no more ;)
Written by revconprince on 1/12/2014 at 12:00 am

Here is another alternative. I made templates out of cardboard, and then once satisfied with the basic shape, I laid the cardboard out flat and cut out the Plexiglass. Then took a paint stripper gun and bent the Plexiglass till it fit. Bending the Plexiglass is pretty forgiving, as if you don't like what you have, you just heat it up again and tweak it.http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc10/Daveinet/PC800/DSC05747.jpgEven though I used a screw to hold them in place, I snapped the tab where the screw goes into, off one side about a year ago and haven't lost it yet. (caught something in the garage backing out) The top fold wraps around tight enough, that they stay in place anyway. They were really easy to make.
http://s213.photobucket.com/user/Daveinet/library/PC800?sort=3&page=1

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vtwinn61
2/15/2012, 02:10 am
Cold feet no more ;)
I had some time to work on the bike the last 2 days and came up with a quick fix for my "cold feet" https://picasaweb.google.com/10351412

    c172myp51
    2/15/2012, 01:47 pm
    Cold feet no more ;)
    Genius! Thanks for sharing the great pix. -Scott

      tradewinds1964
      2/16/2012, 03:44 am
      Cold feet no more ;)
      Hey Mr. PC Fixes! How are ya? How is the new mount? You're missed dude. Good to see your name!!! Ting Atlanta, GA '90 Red PC Glen Scotia(pronounced Sko-sha)

    antkfxr
    1/10/2014, 12:00 am
    RE: Cold feet no more ;)
    Mark,Just saw your post about the wind dams for the PC, about a year late.  I've got a '97 and would love to get a template of that wind guard if possible.  Possible???LeRoy in Nebraska

    revconprince
    1/12/2014, 12:00 am
    RE: Cold feet no more ;)
    Here is another alternative. I made templates out of cardboard, and then once satisfied with the basic shape, I laid the cardboard out flat and cut out the Plexiglass. Then took a paint stripper gun and bent the Plexiglass till it fit. Bending the