Created: December 21, 2021
[00:00] Oh, hey guys, what’s going on? Are you looking for a full glass windshield for your Can-Am Maverick Sport? It has a built-in wiper as well as vents. Well, SuperATV’s got you covered and today we’re going to show you how to get one installed.
[00:45] The first thing you are going to do is remove all of your contents from the packaging. Then take your windshield, lay it up on the machine, and confirm that it fits. You will want to grab your bulb seal out of your kit, make sure you install it to where the bulb portion of the seal is going to go up against the cage of the machine. And then you will want to install it all the way around to the opposite side in the same location.
[01:17] Next, you’re going to grab your gasket and install it across the upper portion of the glass windshield—just like we’ve already done. When you get here, cut off any excess. Next, you’re going to grab your vents and install them to the windshield. You can leave them in the open or closed position—it’s up to you. Then we’ll take our thumb screws and run them down and snug them up.
[02:05] Next, were going to grab this piece here. Go ahead and remove the nut off of one side and remove your flat washer and rubber washer. Then we’ll have a rubber washer that stays and a flat washer up against the nut, which we can slide in from the bottom.
Next, you will install the rubber washer, flat washer, and your nut. I’m just going to run this nut down and grab two 17mm wrenches to snug it up— it doesn’t have to be crazy tight. We do this so we can make sure it won’t come off. So, I’m just going to put a wrench on the bottom and a wrench on top, giving it a good snug.
[02:45] So, we’re going to grab our wiper handle and drop it through. Next, we’re going to grab our wiper (you’re going to notice you have a little plastic cap here—you can remove it). So, once we’ve removed our cap take your wiper and flip it up. We’re gong to come right down here and line it up with our wiper handle, and then install our 10 mm nut. So yours should look just like this. We’ll take a 10 mm wrench and fully tighten the nut. Last, we’re gong to take our cap and reinstall it just as it was.
[03:35] We’re going to take our glasss windshield over to the machine and attach it. Next, we’re going to grab one of the allen headed screws out of the kit as well as one of the sealing washers and install the sealing washer to the bolt.
Then, we’re going to get our upper portion lined up (you’ll see there’s a factory hole in the cage). You’ll need to pick up on the windshield, go around to the bottom side, and install your nut. We’re not going to fully tighten anything yet. We’re just going to get all of our hardware started. You’ll need to go to the opposite side and repeat the same steps so your glass windshield stays in place. Doing this will help us finish the rest of our installation. Again, just start adding the small hardware—no need to fully tighten anything yet.
Next, we’re going to grab one of our clamps out of the kit. Go ahead and completely loosen the hardware to where it just has a couple of threads left and wrap it around the cage. I’m just going to place one of these bolts in so it holds the glass windshield in place.
What we’re going to do next is grab one of our brackets—we’re going to grab the same setup that we used for the upper hardware to attach the windshield to the cage. You’ll need an allen headed screw, a sealing washer, and a nylock bolt. The bolt will go through the windshield and then it’ll go through this hole in the bracket.
Let’s get your hardware started so we can place the clamp here. Loosen the hardware of the clamp including the allen head screw, flat washer, and lock washer. You will need to orient it just like this using your lock washer and flat washer.
Next, we’ll get our bracket lined up with the hole in the clamp. We’ll run this down by hand and you will be able to tell your alignment is straight. Then I’m going to go ahead and run my hardware in my clamps. After that, I’m going to pull this bracket back to about this point—where it’s starting to pull on the windshield.
I’m going to tighten this screw—whenever I do this, it’s going to make it pull that windshield in nice and tight. So now we’re going to put our allen wrench on our allen headed screw and zip this through. As you can see, it pulled our windshield in nice and tight. Now, all you have to do is repeat the same steps for the other side. After that is completed, you will need to go through and fully tighten all your hardware.
[07:20] That’s all there is to install SuperATV’s Full Glass Windshield on this Can-Am Maverick Sport. To pick your glass windshield up today, be sure to check the description for a link. While you’re there, drop a like, comment, and subscribe. Thanks for watching and we’ll catch you on the next one.