How do I mount the windshield on my wife's brand new Sunny JL50QT-8?

by Mark
(Bristol, CT, U.S.A.)

How do I mount the windshield on my wife's Brand new Sunny JL50QT-8?

Webmaster Note: Mark... It would be helpful if you could give us more information about where you are struggling. Have you tried following the directions that came with the new windshield? Do you need to know where to mount it? Or with what? Or have you tried something and it hasn't worked?

If you want to get helpful answers, you've got to give us enough to work with...

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Aug 22, 2015
On using the Mirror mounts for it NEW
by: Anonymous

Mark, I think what Jim is saying is that you would attach both the mirrors and the windshield at the same mounts. That is, you would use the same mounting area and one would mount much like a washer does between a mount and bolt.

I know nothing about Scooters, so I can't guarantee that is right. But, I believe that process is sometimes used attaching things to bikes etc. Like attaching a basket might be possible on the same mount as something else. You might need a longer bolt, but otherwise if it threads alright you should be okay to tighten either directy onto the mount or through the mount and nut on the other end.

Nov 09, 2010
by: mark

If the windshield mounts to where the mirrors go... Then where do the mirrors go.
On another more frustrating note... The same Sunny Scooter is eating headlight bulbs. I had to get rude with Scooter Depot in order to get a new Voltage Regulator and, to get two new bulbs that THEY charged $90.00 with shipping for when the first headlight bulb burned out.

Oct 11, 2010
Thanks, But Have You...
by: Kathi

Thanks Mark for responding to what I said originally when I published your question. But did you see Jim Z's answer about how to do it? That should negate the need for written instructions, since Jim has given you clear instructions on how to go about it... or is something in that procedure still not working for you?

If so, please respond with more detail on EXACTLY where you are struggling...

Oct 08, 2010
by: mark

There aren't any instructions.

Sep 13, 2010
by: Jim Zeiser

The brackets that hold the windshield usually are screwed through the mirror mounts. Then the uprights are held from there.

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