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Old 10-09-2008, 06:30 AM   #31
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It's a nice looking machine in my eye. Course I also like the looks of the MultiStrada too :)

Is the Cee Bailey wind shield any larger than the OEM?

Dan

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Here are the pictures I took at the dealership and on the ride home yesterday.

http://photos-by-dave-mishalof.smugm...89307796_7C22b

I have a Cee Bailey light gray tint wind shield on order and the new Jesse luggage. The R1200GS Adv hand guards are already on the bike.

Sure am glad I got out of the stock market. I would much rather have a new bike rather than stock market losses.
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Old 10-09-2008, 03:22 PM   #32
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Is the Cee Bailey wind shield any larger than the OEM?
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Yes, I believe so. There is a prototype picture on their web site. I'm riding up to their shop tomorrow so they can use my bike to finalize the design and mounting. I should have my own sheild next week. I'll post pictures, with Cee Bailey's permission, next week.
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