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    Looking for a Vetter Terraplane windshield

    Another option is make it yourself... A piece of plexi-glass will bend pretty easily after heated gently with a quality heat gun.
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    Numerous SPAM messages lately

    There is a leak in the dyke... we need a little Dutch boy!
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    Numerous SPAM messages lately

    I am glad to know I'm not the only one reporting them, but it's getting to be a full time effort reporting the spam.
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    Windjammer 4 on a '93 Suzuki GSX1100G

    I hate to admit it... I am not a fan of the WJ V. I have one and appreciate what it is, but I just prefer the WJ III more. Maybe it's those big orange turn signals. Looking great so far...
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    Bike or jet-ski?

    I thought the same thing. He took turns awfully slow and wide.
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    Bike or jet-ski?

    Do these bags make my butt look big? Seriously though, I think you would need to be selective of where you try to come ashore at... try it at the wrong place (all mud) you won't get too far.
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    Greetings From CFL

    Welcome to the forum from PA!
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    Vetter noob looking for basic disassembly help

    It helps when you have torn a few of these apart in the past... The scary part is when you start to see what others have done to them!
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    Vetter noob looking for basic disassembly help

    Maybe this will give you some insight. http://craigvetter.com/pages/Vetter_Fairings/Assembling-headlight-adjuster.html You must first take the knob off of the back side of the fairing. What I do not remember is where are the bolt heads that hold that bucket in the fairing (it's been a while...
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    Vetter noob looking for basic disassembly help

    If you remove the left and right side covers, you will see something similar to this on the inside of the fairing: Those two nuts hold the housing in the fairing. In some cases, two sided tape may also be holding it in at places to.
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    New owner and new member from Brampton Ontario Canada

    Welcome to the forum from South of the Border!
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    Newbie

    Welcome!
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    Looking for help/advice.

    Welcome to the forum! Parts are available on ebay, but postage will be more expensive than the part for you, unless you can find a seller in Oz. I think that the WJ III used just the basic H4 sealed beam headlight, so if you have the bucket, you will just need the ring to hold the sealed beam...
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    Vintage Chopper Photos

    But they run a lot longer with them.
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    Vintage Chopper Photos

    There is just something about those springer front ends! If I ever feel the need to have something like that, this is where I am going to start... http://www.sugarbearchoppers.com/rollers.htm I wonder what a Goldwing engine would look like in there! :D
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