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Can-Am Commander Scratch Resistant Flip Windshield

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Fitment Details

Updated 05-12-18

Can-Am Commander 800/1000 : 2011+
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Can-Am Commander Scratch Resistant Flip Windshield


Features

  • 1/4" hard-coated abrasive resistant material available with and without tint
  • SuperATV windshields are hard-coated on both sides for extreme durability
  • Protects against chemical and UV attack
  • Contoured to hood with full-length rubber seal for a great fit
  • Easy to install - comes with all necessary hardware and instructions
  • Can be used with soft or hard tops

Details

Can-Am Commander Scratch Resistant Flip Windshield


Nothing beats the versatility of having the protection of a full windshield or full airflow with the ease of simply changing a latch location - who said you can't have your cake and eat it too. Help protect you and your passenger from sticks and other flying debris while blazing the trail with a SuperATV windshield - the best off-road windshield on the market. Each flip windshield is designed and engineered to fit specifically to your machine. We focus on both style and function. We understand the importance of a windshield that fits the contour of your individual machine, helping to reduce airflow while giving your machine a sleek design.
SuperATV uses the best material on the market for our windshields. Utilizing 1/4" hard-coated abrasive resistant material we give you a windshield that is hard-coated on both sides. This protects against scratches, UV, and chemical attacks.

Pre-Assembled and Made in the USA
SuperATV flip windshields come to you pre-assembled. This saves you tons of time in attaching brackets, looking for hardware, and installing clamps. Proudly Made in the USA

MADE IN USA Windshields and Skid Plates - TraderHank

Can-Am Commander Scratch Resistant Flip Windshield

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