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For all of the Harley Davidson faithful, Pouch Products has developed a new accessory for all motorcycles, our design was based around our need as Harley owners to have a windshield that was portable, could be carried by the biker on the bike when not in use, it would have to be very compact, and quick to install and remove.

What we developed with a little know how in NASCAR Racing windshields is a Pouch Windshield, when broken down, it fits within a leather pouch about the size of a notepad computer, assemblies quickly, and store easily. You carry, and when needed, in less than five minutes, a windshield for bikers.

We have patented the product, and are setting up production shortly to bring to market through distribution, both catalog and internet sales.

I am asking the Harley faithful, what do you think?


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Mike Sealy

Charlotte, NC
 

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Cool, and when you are ready perhaps you can take out an add like one of the ones to the right of the screen?? Pretty cheap form of advertizing and the best part is, this here forum is about as big as it gets and GROWING.

Hey David P ??? Shoot this guy a kite.

Best of luck to ya man!
 

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Jimmy K,

We plan on becoming a banner advertise here, we have some items to work out in the way of material before we are ready.

Dean,

The other feature of this unit is its attractiveness, it looks really good on the bike. Right now, we are just setting up production, and pictures will be posted as soon as we have some.
 

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I imagine you are looking for honest opinions.
While it is not really possible to give an opinion without seeing it on a bike, I would have some REAL serious questions about it.

The reason it initially sounds like a big time compromise is that it sounds more like something for the smaller bikes, as far as the Harley line of bikes is concerned, they don't do all that much touring, and when they do they are precisely the bikes that are most limited in storage.

Then again the product could be so different that it may defy logic. Guess we will find out soon enough. If it is along the lines of a folding Windvest it might have some market if the price is in the ball park.
 
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