"Rubber-skirt"


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benoit17180
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"Rubber-skirt"

Post by benoit17180 » Fri Mar 01, 2019 9:21 am



Hello everyone,
When I had my first GL1200 in 1984, I found a drawing with dimensions to make a "rubber-skirt" to put in the back bags (right and left) to avoid the rise of the rain.
I can not find anything!
Would someone have this drawing in his archives?
Thank you all.



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CrystalPistol
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Re: "Rubber-skirt"

Post by CrystalPistol » Fri Mar 01, 2019 2:08 pm

Never have I heard of this skirt's mention … but I have seen larger mud/rain deflector flaps cut from rubber like maybe discarded truck flaps? Should be easy to design what you want and cut using bandsaw I think.

I trimmed my 1200's rear small exhaust deflectors with slightly larger aluminum pieces polished …
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benoit17180
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Re: "Rubber-skirt"

Post by benoit17180 » Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:09 am

Hello everyone
On a French forum a user sent me the plan, that I put you here, you never know.

Good road




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