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Quick Detach Windshield

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Anybody know of a quality, detachable windshield? My dad has a Sportsman with the Lock n Ride windshield and it's extremely easy to get on and off, makes it nice for trailer travel. Problem is, I have a Honda Rincon, so I need something similar. I saw one at Honda House in St. Cloud that I think would work, but I dont' know what the quality is like. Any suggestions?

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Stay away from Slipstreamer, unless they've changed something. I have one for my Kingquad and it is constantly coming off!

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I am also looking for a windshield for 02 Suzuki Vinson, any suggestions? Thanks

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Search for a Cobra ATV windshield. It was original designed by Sportech. Not a "quick release" windshield but the best I've ever used.

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Cobra or Sportech is an excellent windshied, but if the Vinson is anything like the Kingquad you will have a heck of a time trying to install it.The handlebars on the Kingquad are so full of wires and mounts I could not manage to get the "universal" Cobra on them. I have a Slipstreamer now which is a quick detach, but it is a P.O.S. IMO.

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I may have to buy a cheaper windshield and just fab up some sort of quick release with wingnuts or something.

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Look into a Kimpex windshield. If I remember correctly, they make a quick detach that looked decent. I have Kimpex bumpers and they seem to make a good product.

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Where would I look for one Dennis Kirk, Bob's Cycle? Also the Vinson has lot's of cables and mounts on the handle bars. I seen some at cabelas are they any good? Thanks for the help.

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I have the Lock N Ride on my 05 Sportsman 400. Just put it on last week. Easy to put on and seems pretty rigid. Will report later as I run it through the mill.

MJ

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I got the Cobra from Larsons cycle in Cambridge.Not sure if Dennis Kirk carries them?

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Try Shade Tree in Big Lake. They have several different brands. You can look at them and decide which one.

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