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    Seizmik Fold Down Windshield

    Saw the Seizmik Midsize Fold Down Windshield at the locale dealer today. Looked good and well built. Any first hand experience? They have a coated and non coated version. I'm thinking the coated version is a must. $400+ is high, but if it's worth it I might pull the trigger.
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    I could only find ones on the web site that fit the round roll cage (pre 2015)
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    Is that a new product??


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    It says "New" in the description.
    The local dealer had one on a new 570 Midsize. Fit and finish looked decent. Think they even got annoyed with me because I was knocking and pulling on it, but I wanted to make sure it wasn't going to rattle and squeak.
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    Regardless of what you get the hard coat is a MUST! I have the EMP fold down windshield with the MR-10 hard coat and it is holding up really good.
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    Wonder if it makes any noise in the fold down position while driving around


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    Guys,
    Thanks for taking a look at our new pro-fit windshields, they have been very popular in the short time they have been on the market. I would def. look at the hard coated version if possible to help reduce the scratches that are such a pain. That being said I will say the un-coated has been our best seller by far. The windshield sits inside a captive plug when folded down so there isn't any rattling issues to deal with when folded, and there are gaskets where the metal panel sits against the roll cage to further reduce any chances of rattles. We have hauled them down the interstate facing forward for thousands of miles in both positions without any issues. If you haul your ranger backwards without a rear panel it is recommended that you fold the windshield down during transport. Let me know if you have any more questions.
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    Thanks for the info


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    No problem
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