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    1987 K75T windshield

    Just bought a 1987 K75 and I believe it is a K75T. It has the 3 pieces of luggage, left right and top, but no windshield. I'm 25 miles from a grocery store so most of my riding are highway speeds.

    What is a windshield that will at least keep wind off my chest, I'm 5'8"?

    Doug

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    We liked the stock shield that came on our 1987 K75Ts.

    1988 87 K75T.jpg

    I checked the parts fiche and the left bracket is not available.
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    Thanks Lee

    Quote Originally Posted by dougfur1966 View Post
    Just bought a 1987 K75 and I believe it is a K75T. It has the 3 pieces of luggage, left right and top, but no windshield. I'm 25 miles from a grocery store so most of my riding are highway speeds.

    What is a windshield that will at least keep wind off my chest, I'm 5'8"?

    Doug
    So the bike came with a windshield, it's hard to tell from your photo. Are they fork or handlebar mounted? Thanks Tim

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    This seems to show that it is mounted to the headstock, just below the handlebar mounts:

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/show...diagId=46_0121
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougfur1966 View Post
    So the bike came with a windshield, it's hard to tell from your photo. Are they fork or handlebar mounted? Thanks Tim
    Yes the T came with a shield.
    The brackets attached to the forks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Yes the T came with a shield.
    The brackets attached to the forks.
    The mount clamps to the fork tube and a capscrew (bolt) also threads into the triple clamp. I can go out and take a picture if that would help.
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