Step 1: The oval head cap screws are located in the styrofoam with the windshield arms.
Step 2: Cut the arms to keep them from hitting your leg. The angle is set such that you'll be cutting 4.6” off of the front edges and 3” off the rear edges of the arms.
Step 3: Cut the arms as marked, and sand or file them smooth as shown with a belt or rotary sander.
Step 4: Insert screws as shown if you're installing windwings. Use oval head cap screws in place of the fillister screws and windwing blocks if you're not installing windwings.
Step 5: Installed windshield arm
Step 6: Assembled windshield
Step 7: File 1/8” to 3/16” off the front and back sides of the escutcheons with a round file.
Step 8: Pull the windshield rubber forward as you slide the windshield in.
Step 9: Set the windshield at a 45 degree angle to the cowl.
Step 10: Clamp the windshield arms tight, and tighten the bolts in backwards to mark the holes to be drilled.
Step 11: Marked holes
Step 12: Start drilling the holes with an 1/8” bit, and work your way up to a 5/16” bit. Drill at a slow speed, and use oil for lubrication.
Step 13: Deburr the holes, and you're ready t install the windshield
Step 14: Install the bolts. Cars around KMP360 and newer have the nuts welded in already.