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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-22-2010, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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Question Choosing Prowler windshield??

I want to purchase a windshield for my 07 Prowler xt. I am considering the Hunter works or the new Arctic cat Flip-Out- Windshield Part#1436-362. The Hunterworks seems like a very good product with the video demo, Does anyone have any feedback about the AC one. Thank
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-22-2010, 07:52 PM
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No but Ive heard good things about the hunterworks
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post #3 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 01:25 PM
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ya i bought the a/c flip out seems good enough. For the money next time i would just make my own that way when it is scratch up i wouldn't cry about it, its going to hurt to throw the a/c one away once its scratched up. you could build your own for 50 60 bucks or pay 200+ for a factory one..... your choice i know now i bought wrong...lol
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I have the AC windshield, not the flip up
After I broke the first one I put boat glass in, it is tinted
then I broke it too. I put boat glass in again and ordered a spare
.....so far I have not broke another .
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I have a Hunterworks on the second Prowler. First an 06 650 Xt , now on a XTZ. It has been rubbed on when dried mud on it. and hit by many limbs, and still has no scratches. It is awsome and tough. I even rolled it once and didnt break. The vents that open and close are very nice in the summer also.
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Thanks for the feed back gentleman I am sort of pulling toward the Hunterworks after Prowlerbobs comments. That's pretty darn tuff to withstand a roll over. Like I said before that video is very impressive as far as being tuff and scratch proof are concerned. I was sort of concerned with the slide vent thing being adequate. The AC unit seems cool with the entire upper portion opening for vent purposes. But for equivalent money I think it may be hard to beat the Hunterworks. Thanks again, MoreProwler2u
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You won't be disapointed with the HW windshield.
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Just another idea, do windshield search and you will find a post by me about a class company that will make a custom one is you need it. Just an idea.



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Flip out windsheild

I have the Cat flip out windsheild it has been 100%for me on the farm only complaint would be the vent is a bit leaky when running on the snow with tracks
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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-28-2010, 01:03 PM
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are they even making the hw windshield? i see they aren't listed on there website.
i bought one last fall and it is scratched already
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