hey Mike69, do you have that guys information? i'd love to get a couple of them from him, even the mr10 gets where you can't see thru it in after a few good mud ridesMy windshield is homemade out of lexan polycarb. theres a guy in calf. that has a cabinet shop who sells scraps 24''x30'' for $25 and it is the m-10 coated kind ! (scratch resistant). My windshield seals all the way across the bottom. and fits tight to the roof so i coud'nt use the clamp type ! had to drill for this one ! they dont tell you on the sites but this one the arm slides in and out to hit different parts of the windshield. Worked well in the snow!
Vinny, where did you get that whipper?I went with this wiper. i think it was the same price. I had to make and angled shim so that it would fit the bend at the top of the EMP windshield. I haven't used it much and actually don't plan too. I bought it to meet the street legal requirement. I'm gonna keep it in my box, just in case. It will have a small missed spot due to the curve in the windshield. What windshield do you have?
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Yup that was me this weekend .... got thoroughly splattered with water and mud, agreed nice not to get soaked but the reduced visibility can make it hard to see surprises coming up on the trail.Until you splash through a puddle a bit too fast and a sheet of water hits it (and not you), or the guy in front of you stomps on the gas and splatters mud all over it (and not you).
Yeah, that's why I stop and use the squeegee. Which is fine if I am leading, but not so much if I am following. If following, I lift the flip-up windshield, and the result is that I get wet and cold and my glasses get water droplets all over them (can't stand goggles, which would also get water all over them). And that is where this here manual wiper thingy comes in.Yup that was me this weekend .... got thoroughly splattered with water and mud, agreed nice not to get soaked but the reduced visibility can make it hard to see surprises coming up on the trail.