Join Date: Jun 2018
Location: Prescott Arizona
Yes, I'm happy to share my process and pics. If I don't answer in enough detail just let me know.
#1: I purchase the Speedmaster 'Londhaul Screen' (pic attached). The fork mounting brackets don't fit, so put them aside.
#2 Next I purchased 4 (two pairs) of the Motone 47mm Wrap Around Front Turn Signal Brackets. These came from A&J. There are 'two' different insert nuts that come with these for different thread pitches (M10 if I remember correctly).
#3 The above brackets position the screen forward OR rearward of the forks (the stock ones position it central). Rearward has the screen mounting bracket too close to the tank for comfort, so I mounted them in the forward position.
#4 The forward position has the screen a little too forward of the headlight (I'm running a Speedy headlight) and I wanted it slightly further back. To accomplish this I drilled the mounting holes approximately 40 mm forward of the original holes which pulled the screen back by that amount and lined it up with my headlight bezel much better.
#5 With the new mounting holes drilled the rear portion of the brackets were obsolete, so I had my local custom bike guy cut the excess off, round off the ends and powder coat them.
#6 To mount the screen with the new brackets properly I purchased some nice bolts and also some cheep spacers (25mm if I remember correctly) from the hardware story, these were powder coated black too.
#7 Just for a finishing touch; I ordered from my Triumph dealer a little Triumph badge to attached to the front of the screen.
That's it (I think) Tobias. I will add lots of pics which hopefully show the whole process. If I can help further just let me know. Or if you would like the high res photos just email me, happy to share.
From a personal perspective, I 'love' this upgrade. I know it's not for everyone but I'm so chuffed I went down this road. I think my bike looks terrific and it make riding more comfortable too.
Cheerio and good luck.
Last edited by Roy; 05-24-2019 at 10:43 PM.