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    CoolFlo Windshield

    Anybody use this windshield.Trail Armor Honda Big Red CoolFlo Windshield - Custom ATV Accessories by Trail Armor

    I'm interested in it but I haven't seen any feedback on it. Questions I have are:

    Does it do what it claims as far as dust?
    How does it do trailering?
    Does it rattle, squeak, etc?

    Any feedback appreciated.

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    Re: CoolFlo Windshield

    I like how it's molded to the dash and the physics make sense but until I see it in action I would be in the same boat as you.

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    Re: CoolFlo Windshield

    Hey i have this windshield NO NO NO it does not help with the dust it doesn't matter what part of the windshield u have on it still puts dust in your face. i have been using just the top half cuz its been raining but if the road is way dusty it doesn't help much even with the thing open the bottom part will still have a low pressure and dust will roll. the only thing i haven't tried is not having a roof that might work. also it may work better if i had doors not sure on that part. I wouldn't out it on and drive 70 down the road i wouldn't dare. it makes a bit of noise it rattles on the top on the roll cage but its not bad.
    2010 Big Camo, Hid head lights Hid spot lights, Solar panel, Steel roof,Delta tool box, Cool flow windshield, Rear wind screen.

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    Re: CoolFlo Windshield

    Thanks for the feedback. I only plan on using a windshield in the winter when dust isn't too big of an issue where I live. I can't decide between a windshield I can open for some air flow if it's get warm or just go with a full/solid front windshield that I can take off when we get a warm front (it happens in the winter in Alabama). For my needs, I'm not sure if it's worth the extra money for a split windshield that I can open. The full one I'm looking at from Extreme Metal Products looks like it comes on and off really easy so that might be my best route.

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    Re: CoolFlo Windshield

    just curious if you got a windshield and if so which one. I like the idea of the Extreme Metal Products with the easy to remove for warm weather.

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