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Old 05-17-2016, 07:59 PM   #15
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Old 05-18-2016, 10:46 AM   #16
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IDK, looks the same to me. As far as shipping, pretty heavy, and large. Might pay for lots of fuel.
While the shape looks right, and your front cap looks to be identical to mine, that lower shield still seems to have some differences. For instance, mine mounts up with two separate hinges as you can see in my photos, each with 3 screws close together. Yours looks like it wants to have a single full-width hinge all the way across. Mine only has two remaining stand-offs in the lower portion, yours does appear to have mounting holes in those spots. The rest of the mounting holes in yours, I no longer have the standoffs but there seems to be holes in the cap where they should be.

Unfortunately this is starting to look like a more complicated project than I hoped it would be--an easy bolt-on. I'm starting to think it might just be better to remove the upper piece I already have and fill in the holes.

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