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Just installed a new tip out windshield, probox top, and rear glass. Are there any concerns with towing speeds and the windshield and rear glass? We will be heading out to Colorado this next weekend, I would like to have everything intact.

Pro Shield™ Glass Tip-Out Full Windshield, Clear
Item # 2882874
Pro Shield™ Glass Rear Panel with Lock & Ride® Technology
Item # 2879013

Also, any good suggestions for wet/cold rain gear? We will have the stock mesh doors, and I'm sure we will run across a Colorado rain (or maybe snow/sleet) shower.
 

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It should be fine at towing speed. Just got back from a little trip...70 mph speeds. My only concern would be rocks or debris thrown through my $700 windshield from gravel haulers and such on a long road trip.
 

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Not sure how the top you have moubts... but my top has C style clamps around ROPS in the front. All other clamps are U style around the bars....in short, I noticed the C's were bending up from force of wind on the trailer. After hearing about tops blowing off I picked up some industrial zip ties and put two on each C clamp in an x pattern. They arent going anywhere....if yours is same you can get black zips and you will never notice they're there.
 

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I always back my ranger on my trailer when I haul it so the heavier motor is just ahead of the axel(depending on which trailer I use) and I remove the windshield and back shield and stand them up in the rear seat area of my truck. If I have passengers the windshields go in the truck bed. Nothing to worry about losing off.
 
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