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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-30-2018, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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Forkshield Updraft Deflector Template

Does anyone here have a template for making a Forkshield-Updraft-Deflector for us do it yourselfers, would be so easy to make with the right dimensions.
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-25-2019, 03:48 PM
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Are you taking about a plate that sits around tank to steering head & closes off the gap for buffeting? If so there £20.00 from rugged roads
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Are you taking about a plate that sits around tank to steering head & closes off the gap for buffeting? If so there £20.00 from rugged roads
yes thats them, they would be a 5 minute job to make them yourself if we had a template & only cost us a few dollars, most of the ones for sale from the dealers are copies of the original design so I wouldnt feel bad about copying a copy, $40 is a lot for a product that is stamped out in a Chinese factory for only cents
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I have it; I did design my own for my bike simply beacuse I did not like the RuugedRoad version. I will be more than glad to share the drawing but it is only for the ATAS.

which model is your bike?
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I have it; I did design my own for my bike simply beacuse I did not like the RuugedRoad version. I will be more than glad to share the drawing but it is only for the ATAS.

which model is your bike?
Thanks for the offer but mine is an AT, Ill problaly have to make one myself as I have a steering dampener fitted & expect the of shelf ones will hit the shield, what material did you use?
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I used a 2mm clear PC sheet and on top of that a 0.5mm Prepainted Galvanised Steel Sheet (in black color).

The spacers needed to simulate the integrated spacers on the OEM bolts (which you shall need to replace), I made them through 3D printing. Bad I think you can manage with proper diameter of plain washers.
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Thanks for the offer but mine is an AT, Ill problaly have to make one myself as I have a steering dampener fitted & expect the of shelf ones will hit the shield, what material did you use?
Check your email, sent you a PM.

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Hi Petros Galiatsis

Can you please share with me , I have the ATAS model.

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Can you please share with me , I have the ATAS model.

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Sure!, please send me an email address through PM.
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Thanks for the offer but mine is an AT, Ill problaly have to make one myself as I have a steering dampener fitted & expect the of shelf ones will hit the shield, what material did you use?
Check your PM, I have the item now but need your address.

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