Created: March 26, 2020
Have you ever wanted a full windshield, but also wanted some airflow? Well SuperATV’s got you covered with our full vented windshield, and today, I’m gonna show you how to get one installed on this Kawasaki KRX.
First, remove the windshield from the box. If you are running a roof, you’ll have to remove the hardware in the front here. Lift it up enough so you can then slide the windshield into position just like this with the vent towards the top. Lay it up on the cage before you do anything else and make sure you ordered the right one. Since we know it’s going to fit, we’re going to take it off and lay it on the table, then remove the protective film from both sides.
Next, grab the bulb seal. Start right here on the top right about center. It doesn’t have to be perfect, but it looks better if it’s centered. Run it all the way around the windshield until it meets the other portion of the bulb seal.
Next, grab the two clamps and remove the hardware and grommets from them. Then remove the metal sleeve from the center of them. We’re going to put the grommets in these two holes, and reinstall the steel sleeves.
Now grab the two clamps and make sure this side is facing downward. Spread it out just a little bit and slide it onto the cage. And then rotate it back. A good trick is to line the holes up the best you can to make it easier when you put your hardware in. You can use a screwdriver to pull the holes down like this.
Grab the windshield, slide the roof up, and install it just like this. You just have to pick up on your roof a little bit and make sure the windshield is centered. Then get the clamps positioned. Get the hardware from the clamp: the screw, washer, and nut. Slide the screw through the clamp and windshield, angle the clamp where it needs to be, then start the nut. Then repeat these steps for the opposite side.
Grab the cage clamps now. Feed the strap through the hole in the windshield, then feed it through the strap here. Then feed it through the windshield clamp. Then feed the clamp and the strap both through the windshield at the same time and tighten it up as tight as you can get it. Then repeat these steps for the rest of the three locations on the windshield.
Now all you have to do is loosen your thumb screws and you can open and close your vented windshield. Then make sure all your hardware is fully tightened.
And that’s how super quick and easy it is to install SuperATV’s full vented windshield on the Kawasaki KRX. For more information on this vented windshield, or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a call at 855-743-3427, or check us out online at SuperATV.com.
Thanks for watching and we’ll catch you next time.
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