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I have a ness flip and love it. I tried the Klock werks and factory and the ness flip is the best for me


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Any issues with shipping or installation? I've seen some negativity. Just checking before I order.
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Robb..... do you look over the windshield? I'm 5'11" and I think if I stood up on the tank I might be able to look over the stocker... I much prefer to look over than through.

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I have it. Got one when they first came out and haven't had any problems since
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I have one and ride with it 90% of the time. Great shield. I also have two different Cee Baileys and the original "eyebrow".

The other 10% of the time is for long-distance touring and that's when I'll use my Cee Bailey tall with vent.

I highly recommend the Ness shield.

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Robb..... do you look over the windshield? I'm 5'11" and I think if I stood up on the tank I might be able to look over the stocker... I much prefer to look over than through.



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Larry do you have a tour? My stock is low. I do look over the ness flip. I'm 6'00" so we should be close. The klock werks is taller and I made the great idea of painting it to match my bike. I looked over that to but was hard to see in a parking lot nod had to sit tall all the time.

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I am running the KW flip. Would I notice a difference with the NESS flip?

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