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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-06-2016, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Gunner with Memphis shade sportshield

I found that the memphis shade bracket part number 2321-0020. Works great on a gunner. Im running it with the pop top and it looks great. Hope this helps somebody.

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I found that the memphis shade bracket part number 2321-0020. Works great on a gunner. Im running it with the pop top and it looks great. Hope this helps somebody.
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I agree with Rhino. Pictures please!

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sorry it was dark when i posted and im at work now i will try to get a decent pic posted after work. also another note is to use the 9" cutout on the sport shields.

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I couldn't get mine to work. Did you modify the brackets?
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I didnt make any modifications to the brackets. Its the same brackets that Memphis shades says to use for the vegas.

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Didn't work for me and I also went with the pop top. Gunner and highbal forks are wider.
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i have added an album to my profile called pop top everyone should be able to see it. i havent figured out to attache it to my post.

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I ended up bending them and then it has hitting the Speedo. I gave up on the whole thing and bought the lock and ride. Good job!
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thanks i didnt bend them they have a slight inward tilt on the fork tubes no more than 10 degrees and it clears the speed by about 1/4 inch. i really like this set up though.

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