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I bought a set of used baker air wings, and having a hard time envisioning where they mount ?

If someone could post a couple pics of where they mount on a 1200 , I sure would appreciate it.

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I'm not positive but if you have just the uppers I believe they attach UNDER the pocket insides. Take out the left and right pockets and they attach under there I believe. I never had them on my 1200 but they appear to be tha same and thats how they attach on my 93 SE. I'm sure someone will come along in a few and tell it straight. Good luck. I really enjoyed my 1200.

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Got a pic of the Bakers? I just posted in another thread the instructions for the wind wings made by add-on.

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Thanks for the help, much appreciated



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Nessy, sounds like you got the info you needed-good to hear. How about posting it in this thread. I am curious what the answer is.

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Here's the finished product, only took 30-40 mins to install, thanks to erwjww who emailed pics of his







This is the template from Baker









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Here's the correct pic.



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Looks good Nessy. Great job. Glad I could help.

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Your going to love having those on a hot day! Whatch your temp gauge go down also when you turn those in as it cools the motor also.
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