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Trail Armor’s Polaris Ranger CoolFlo Windshield

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• Unique two-piece design breaks low pressure zone to relieve back draft dust and heat

• Made of 1/4″ polycarbonate with mar-resistant coating on interior and exterior

• Securely mounts with a total of 9 brackets for added rigidity while towing and on the trail

• Superior eye and face protection

• Easy installation; can remove/replace lower panel quickly

# TA010SHLD-PR,

msrp $425.00

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