Cee Baileys F700GS Windshield

Cee Baileys F700GS Windshield
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price$120.00
Cee Baileys F700GS Windshield
Product Description

Finally a touring shield that’s tall enough to be effective which could only be achieved by the utilization of a support bracket. These windshields provide head and torso protection from the debilitating ram air blast that’s present with the original. This design incorporates a subtle reverse curve with a wider surface that pushes the air up and over the rider. The result is a shield that reduces the turbulent buffeting effects that’s associated with the original. Relief is now available so you don’t have to fret over the contemplation of taking on long rides.

All touring shields measure about 14” wide just below the crown except the sport which measures about 12” wide. Heights are measured in a center line from bottom to top center. All touring sizes include the support bracket mounting system which comes complete with all hardware & instructions. Although no sport shield can provide adequate head protection, our sport looks great and creates an effective torso break that’s superior to the originals. Manufactured from .187 aircraft grade acrylic.

Specifications: Original BMW part # 46638 526 521 height measures about seven inches tall when measured in a center line from bottom to top center and about ten inches wide just below the top.

Suggested sizing is for most average body builds. Riders that are caught in between sizes need to determine torso, posture and neck considerations for best results.

12" Sport shield for all riders
16” for most riders 5'4" to 5'6"
18” for most riders 5'7" to 5'9"
20 " for most riders 5'10" to 6'0"
22” for most riders 6'1" and over

Please be advised that the support bracket is not included for sport shields.

Cee Baileys F700GS Windshield
Produced by Cee Bailey's of USA

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