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    How to remove radio from an SS

    Thanks for the link. The weather is getting nicer here and garage time starts this week
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    Mounting brackets for a Windjammer SS on a 750 Maxim

    Welding is practice, practice, practice, when I started an angle grinder was my best friend. When I get the faring mounts and the bike done I will add some pictures. I'm doing more of a ruff rebuild of this bike and have another bike that gets the wax and shine treatment. This is the starting...
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    How to remove radio from an SS

    Thanks will check into that and look for stress cracks. I have never had tunes or an intercom on any bike I've rode. The wife wants Bluetooth headsets, me I like not having them .... the quiet just the motor no talking and no backseat comments.
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    Mounting brackets for a Windjammer SS on a 750 Maxim

    Not in the UK but in Uxbridge Ontario Canada. Love the pictures that helps alot this is my first attempt at adding a Windjammer and I was unsure of the hose clamps too. I'm a welder by trade so I'm going to go with a mount like yours love it. Thanks! Once the temp goes above 0°C next week I...
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    Mounting brackets for a Windjammer SS on a 750 Maxim

    Looking for help with fabricating mounting brackets for a 1983 750 Maxim. I looking for pictures of how the brackets mount to the frame. I know they are all different but most pictures I can find are off a bike or just a side view. I can see how they mount to the down tubed but where the cross...
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    How to remove radio from an SS

    Looking to remove a radio and speaker unit from a Windjammer SS it seems like I have to remove the windshield to get to the mounting points, sound right? I can post pictures later today if that helps. I don't want the weight of the radio and CB that high up. Thanks
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    My other XV920

    Thought it was I'm an XJ guy and it looks good on that bike you have done some nice work. Good luck with the seat recover I have to tackle that on my bike when the weather warms.
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    My other XV920

    Nice looking bike is that a Seca tank?
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    New here from Canada

    Thanks for the welcome Mike324, once it's not -24°C I plan on getting out and dry fitting the fairing.
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    New here from Canada

    Just a quick hi from Canada. I'm starting a rebuild of a 1983 Yamaha Maxim 750 and got a parts bike with a Rooster fairing with out the windshield and that started me in a new direction. Long story short picked up a Windjammer SS today off a 70's Goldwing and the fun will begin. Hope to pick a...
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