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This is a discussion on Winshield build for Wolverine within the Yamaha Wolverine Builds forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; I'm interested in building my own solid front windshield (as opposed to folding) and I thought I saw a thread about building your own here ...

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    Winshield build for Wolverine

    I'm interested in building my own solid front windshield (as opposed to folding) and I thought I saw a thread about building your own here last year, but I can't find it. Anyone else seen it? Any ideas? TIA!

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    Bump for input. I just spent a pile of $ on the new X2 and trailer and stuff. Found .220 Lexan for 100.00.

    Looks pretty straightforward.

    This guy did it with thin Lexan.
    https://www.hondapioneerforum.com/fo...indshield.html
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    I have a CNC machine, I cut my own out just like factory. You have to buy the windshield clamps off Super Atv. The lexan is the most Expensive part, but if you have some laying around, take a trip to Illinois, I'll cut one out for you! LOL!
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