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Hey all, new to Yamaha and the Rmax. I've been looking for a nice rear window with a decent seal that could be used in the cold with little modifications and haven't found anything I liked that I've seen in person. SuperATV seems to have a large void at the bottom that would allow the snow and cold air to draft inside the cab. I like the looks and fit of the front EMP Glass windshield and decided I'd try the hardcoated rear also. Sorry to say, it's a total waste of money and time I think. Maybe I installed it wrong, (but don't know how that could be....) but nothing seems to fit right with the stock seatbelts... Any one have one that can compare what I have to yours? I'd hate to have a $275 paper weight!
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This is what I have...notice the center holes not ligning up, the off center hole for the seatbelt, the hole not drilled on the end of the 2 pieces where they go together, not to mention that 1-1/2" tall piece that sticks out on the end for the first tree limb to break off and destroy it! Any help will be appreciated. Please note--I am not bashing EMP on this problem as of yet, I'm looking for assistance first, before I start that line of stuff
 

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I have the same rear window with the same issues. I wish I would have spent the money on the stock Yamaha glass rear window with the sliding glass. This way,. I would not have to take it off in the summer months. I have had it for a number of weeks now, and it is NOTICEABLY warmer in the cab. I don't see any effects of the issues you mentioned, but they did bug me. I hope this helps.
 
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