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This is in the warrantee:
Peer Clear™ will not be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any kind.

So if it scratches your windshield they are not liable.

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Peer Clear on F4+4 WINDSHIELD

I did a lot of research on this as we ride in all weather and really find this useful. When I bought my F4+4 a few years back I talked to Frank at F-4 about which wiper system they use on their Bike Show Demo that runs all the time. It was Peer Clear and they use and have used it for years, the coating on the F4 shields will not scratch with the Peer Clear System. I have used it for 3 years now with great success and have no scratches on my windshield, I do not have a washer just use a spray bottle around the edges where the wiper doesn't travel. When mounting you need to pay close attention to the height so as to not get it to high. I used their shorter wiper arm as it put a little more pressure on the spring arm and worked better. I have a toggle on/off switch and a push button intermettiant switch and I only run it when raining with a wet shield or with the wiper raised off the shield. Their instructions are very good but take your time and measure a few times cause you only want to drill once!!! They are very easy to work with and have spares if you need something extra.... here a few photos.... 2003 GL1800 / Roadsmith Trike Kit HT1800
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