How to Put a Quick Detach Windshield on a Harley

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In order to put a quick detach windshield on a Harley motorcycle, a kit can be purchased that comes with the necessary hardware. Discover an easy way to connect a quick detach windshield to a Harley with help from the manager of a Harley Davidson dealership in this free video on motorcycle maintenance.

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Video Transcript

Hey, you like that feeling of the wind blowing through your hair? Some days you do, some days you don't. A bad hair day is better than no hair day. What we're going to talk about today, is putting a detachable windshield on your motorcycle. What we're looking at here, is a 2009 Road King Classic. Now, this bike comes with a detachable windshield, but I took it off for the demonstration purposes, so I'm going to get up, I'm going to walk over here, and I'm going to show you how easy it is to put this windshield, on this motorcycle. Now, the hardware has already been installed, but you can buy a kit, and it will come with a windshield of your choice, and the hardware is already in the kit, so it's a one price type deal. The instructions are in the box, and it's really very simple, once the hardware is installed. You want to take these two little fork pieces, as you can see in the camera there, and what you have, is you have a grommet mounted on the bottom. You just want to take these in here, and you want to line them up, and then you just gradually, just push back on the windshield, and it's in place, very simple, and as you can see, the wind pushing on it holds it in place. You can add a windshield pouch, put your garage door opener up there, and voila. You're out of the wind, out of the rain, out of the elements, very simple. Stop by your local Harley dealer, and he can sell you one of these windshields, tinted, clear, tall, short, whatever you like. This is Steve Greenstein, from Jim's Harley Davidson, St. Pete. Have a great day.


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