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Post  coop65 on Sat 25 Oct - 3:59

My tale so far . I picked up my townmate T80 a few weeks ago . It had not been on the road for 12 years . Cleaned the carb ,fitted a new plug and she started 1st kick . I have since resprayed her ,cleaned her up fitted a front and rear rack an old Rickman top box just waiting for some new tyres to go on . My question is I would like to fit a screen can any one recommend one .
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Post  JohnW on Sat 25 Oct - 6:21

I dont think you will find new ones available specifically for Townmate, but they often come up on eBay. You could always make your own, buy a piece of acrylic (Perspex) make a couple of brackets that fix on mirror fixings & you are done.

Here are a couple of pics of my home made screen


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Post  coop65 on Sun 26 Oct - 19:42

That looks good thanks for the reply do you have the dimensions as it look to be about the right size
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Post  JohnW on Sun 26 Oct - 21:20

coop65 wrote:That looks good thanks for the reply do you have the dimensions as it look to be about the right size

500mm wide x 338mm high from the top of headlamp cut out. Make the brackets first then make a card board template for the screen. When you have it right, cut the shape in the Perspex. I used 4mm, warm up the Perspex with a heater (hair dryer) to form a slight curve. The brackets I made from 25mm x 6mm aluminum strip I had lying around.

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Post  coop65 on Mon 27 Oct - 6:39

Many thanks.
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