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post #1 of 8 Old 08-05-2018, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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How are the Kolpin accessories? Thinking about getting the Kolpin roof and half windshield? Free shipping on orders of $100 or more so that always helps. Really like the UTV inc aluminum roofs but don't want to pay almost $100 for shipping. So I think I'll go with Kolpin plastic roof. How do you like them>?

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Kolpin Half-Windshield and Kolpin roof
SuperATV 2.5" bracket lift
Sylvania ZEVO LED headlights
Pitster Pro bump seat/harness
SuperATV low sport override
DragonFire harness bar/Kolpin Chainsaw Sleeve
Dirt Specialties half-doors
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post #2 of 8 Old 08-07-2018, 02:28 AM
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Nothing wrong with Kolpin in my experience. Good products.
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Loving the new roof and half windshield. My only complaint-now dust comes in from the back going down gravel roads! May have to get the rear “windshield”.
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2018 Commander 800R XT Brushed Aluminum
Kolpin Half-Windshield and Kolpin roof
SuperATV 2.5" bracket lift
Sylvania ZEVO LED headlights
Pitster Pro bump seat/harness
SuperATV low sport override
DragonFire harness bar/Kolpin Chainsaw Sleeve
Dirt Specialties half-doors
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post #4 of 8 Old 08-21-2018, 08:51 AM
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It may seem crazy but the "pool noodle" trick on the rod in front of the bed really helps the dust problem. I actually used some pipe insulation that I had left over instead but the idea is the same.

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How are the Kolpin accessories? Thinking about getting the Kolpin roof and half windshield? Free shipping on orders of $100 or more so that always helps. Really like the UTV inc aluminum roofs but don't want to pay almost $100 for shipping. So I think I'll go with Kolpin plastic roof. How do you like them>?
Bought their full windshield as a quick last minute deal before a big trip after my can-am one was shot; turns out it has held up really well. On a super dusty night time ride I ended up having to wipe it down a bunch just to be able to see and that dry rag on the dusty screen, it didn't care. Quite happy with it..

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I keep a damp microfiber cloth in a zip bag to wipe dust off my windshield then if necessary use a dry microfiber to dry it. Works well for me. With just a dry microfiber cloth I find static electricity builds up and windshield actually attracts the dust even faster.
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I keep a damp microfiber cloth in a zip bag to wipe dust off my windshield then if necessary use a dry microfiber to dry it. Works well for me. With just a dry microfiber cloth I find static electricity builds up and windshield actually attracts the dust even faster.
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The static build up is a great point. Now I'm going to have to ground my windshield, never thought I'd say that - lol.

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I recently purchased the Kolpin rear windshield through side by side stuff and was cheaper than anyplace else.. 150-160 price range and shipping included.

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