:agree::agree::agree:I have them on my Hanniganized Goldwing 1800. I have ridden in the cold, hot, wet, and dry and think they live up to their advertising. I also have the Baker Foot Wings which attach to the engine guards underneath. They definately keep the rain from the front wheel and hot/cold air from coming up. Feet stay nice and dry riding in the rain.
I have a friend that bought a set a couple wks. ago. He was moving his trike out the day after installing them and broke one. I had some black plexiglass so he brought his heat gun and we made a template off the old one. Made a replacement and it looks as good as the original. If you can find the mounting clamps they are simple to make and can save several dollars and probably have better material.
I think this is what happens when you tighten the fasteners too much. I have over 80K on mine with no problems. Mine can swivel just a touch. Just MHO.:shrug:
YES, YES, YES to all three questions!Has anyone tried these? They mount to the engine guards, made by Baker, $50. Do they work, worth it? Thanks, Tom. :doorag:
You've over-tightened the small screws. The wing has to be able to flex somewhat.
This has worked for me also. It allows you to NOT feel as if you've got to put the "tighten" when you attach the two mounting screws.use some small zip ties in the vacant upper inside holes, tighten them up to the crash bar and it stabilizes the wings, more confident than the "plastic clamps"!