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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-16-2009, 05:18 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a custom windshield for your UTV give David Ruff a call.
I have talked to him a few times and he will cut and mail you any size you want. You can send him a templet or give him your demensions. My Insurance agent has a Rhino with a windshield from him and it is outstanding. Just thought I would pass this along.

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What are the made out of? Glass or lexan?
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If you have a stock cage I would go with the Hunterworks windshield. It has closable vents and i have had the same on two prowlers and its still looks like new. And let me tell you i beat the hell out of it, wash while muddy, the whole nine yards and still great shape.
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I've just about decided, unless it's raining, this is the best windshield out there... too dang much dust gathers on the inside of the regular windshields...


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I've just about decided, unless it's raining, this is the best windshield out there... too dang much dust gathers on the inside of the regular windshields...

What type of goggles are those?



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Those are Scott 89 Xi Light Sensitive Goggles with Turbo Flow Lens. List on them is around $65 to $69. In low light conditions the lightest tint is a very light green then in bright light conditions it changes in seconds to Scotts "Amp Blue" tint.

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Im thinking a parker pumper with helmet might be the best solution lol.

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Im thinking a parker pumper with helmet might be the best solution lol.
there you go, smart man there.....best solution there is yet...

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Where i ride and the guys i ride with would have you covered with mud in 5 minutes. Windshields are helpful sometimes. Thats why i suggested the Hunterworks. You can wash it muddy and wont scratch. But the goggles look a lot cooler.lol
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