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I bought a 99 GL1500Se last fall. Nice bike! The windshield measures 21 inches tall from bottom trim to top at lowest setting. I can't see over it! Also 28+ wide across at widest point on inside. Does anyone have a clue as to brand? There are no markings other than hash marks for height adjustment so it can be kept level. Great wind protection though. Just curious as to what it is. Might need to replace it someday and I would want same mfg.
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A picture or two would help a lot. Might be a Tulsa Tall, logo for brand may be under windshield cowl or where windshield is covered up.
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Sounds like an OEM.

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Take a look at the Madstand Windshields.
they are adjustable on the fly, lower then eyeline, or raise it up to keep the bugs out of your face.


they have a neat design, in that even though mine is 4 inches below eyeline, the windstream goes up and over my helmet.


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I know it is not a Tulsa as I had one on a older 1500. This one looks like oem, but is quite tall. I can't see over it when it is down all the way. I did find some markings on it today. ASG M-121, GE Lexan FMR sheet, DOT 94. I have had it off for cleaning and there are no other markings on it. I thought a original windshield would lower in the lowest setting so one could see over it. I am 5' 10" so I don't think I am short as some people I have seen ride.
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The markings sound OEM, too.

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Post a picture, that would help. When you order a windshield most of the manufacturers have several different sizes to pick from,.


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