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Websites rarely ever have every product cataloged for every model so I don't always trust the "Does not fit your vehicle". It uses handlebar clamps so I don't see why it wouldn't fit. The only other variable would be the fork width for the supports at the bottom but you could easily use P-clamps or something to secure it to the forks if it needs a little modifying.
 

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if it works out, definitely post a picture here. I'd love to see one on the rebel, especially after realizing what highways are like without one haha
 

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I know... just did a 450 miles road trip with no windshield on and it was a very draining experience...
I hear you there. And I have the factory windscreen. Makes little to no difference. can't believe I spent $400 for that little thing. Tried taking it off the other day to try and fix it from rattling/vibrating. Couldn't get the bolts out because the heads are stripped now. fml.
 

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I hear you there. And I have the factory windscreen. Makes little to no difference. can't believe I spent $400 for that little thing. Tried taking it off the other day to try and fix it from rattling/vibrating. Couldn't get the bolts out because the heads are stripped now. fml.
I had to tweak the screen to fit (I had to reverse the arms that hold it so I can get them clamped to the relatively narrow space on the handlebars but it was really easy to do, even for a girl!)

I left the clamp covers off for now as I know I'll have to tweak it in my next few rides to get to the most comfortable angle, but it looks good for now :)

lmk what you think.
 

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I had to tweak the screen to fit (I had to reverse the arms that hold it so I can get them clamped to the relatively narrow space on the handlebars but it was really easy to do, even for a girl!)



I left the clamp covers off for now as I know I'll have to tweak it in my next few rides to get to the most comfortable angle, but it looks good for now :)



lmk what you think.


Pretty awesome!


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MRA screen

Fitted the mra screen off my CB500F. Cut the bottom to shape to suit headlight, you can buy them for round lights.
Wind now goes to top of helmet and nice and quiet again. Good even in strong winds. Got 85 mpg (UK) last day out.
Don't know how to load pic from ipad
 
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