I have a few sets of clear 3/16" thick Wind Wings sitting around from another experiment I was doing. They are direct replacements for the acrylic ones. They are very tough to break but the edges do not have that green tint. They are nearly pale pink to colorless on the edge. They are tough to polish on the edges to any satisfactory shine and because of all this I went with regular acrylic. Some of you have broken yours and thats a real Aw-S_ _ T ! If you're interested in a more substantial/less breakable set let me know with a PM. Cost : $55.00 and free shipping for SOC Members............Bruce
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The set price is ?? $55.00 or $110.00
What do they do in directing the wind
What do they do in terms of "wind"
I have had them on my Beck Spyder for some 3 years...they prevent (ferocious air) back-wash into the cockpit and prevent my chapeau from blowing off my head ! To me a big deal
From sunny Curacao,
OK....Sorry for the delay. I'm in Mexico. Tom and Chop....I screwed up on the presentation of my offer by showing a photo of the Acrylic wing WITH the hinge attached. That was misleading. The hinge is not included. You would get the two hinges if you order a complete set of wind wings at a cost of $215.00 and these would come with acrylic wing glass. All I was offering was a set of (two) Lexan wing glasses as a replacement for the regular acrylic wing glasses. The Lexan wing glass is nearly unbreakable, which is nice, but it does not have that nice green tint on the polished edge that the acrylic wings do. I hope this explains what's going on..........Bruce