Your utility task vehicle (UTV) has very unique needs depending on its use, environment, terrain and what kind of UTV you’ve purchased. You’ve already done your research and secured the best UTV for you, but many owners want to amp up their windshield—which means you have an entirely new smorgasbord of options to consider. Tilting, folding, flexible and venting are all on display, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed. However, for those in the know, tilt windshields are the best option.
A full tilting windshield is the only way to maximize versatility, because you can make it a full or half windshield and even opt for an extended one. It’s basically three windshields in one, so you can really make the most of the task at hand. Keep in mind that back draft can be an issue no matter what windshield you have, but a full shield can be the worst (yet sometimes it’s necessary depending on the job). What are the pros of a full tilting windshield, and why should it be you’re next purchase?
Designed to Get the Job Done
Need a full windshield half the time and a half windshield the other half? Going with a full tilt model can give you that flexibility. Simply tilt the top section to manage back draft and air flow, letting you be in charge. You can easily remove either section, offering the most options for most types of conditions. If you’re looking for the most bang for your buck, there’s no beating a full tilt windshield.
On the flip side, you’re going to be paying more for this type of windshield—but it’s worth it. It’ll last longer, provide more potential for comfort and tasks, and there will be no buyer’s remorse.
Built to Last
The most exceptional tilt windshields are custom crafted to fit your UTV perfectly and are made with polycarbonate products. Polycarbonate, also dubbed Lexan, is worlds away from acrylic which is unfortunately a common material used in other types of UTV windshields. Polycarbonate full tilts decrease glare, last years longer, and are exceptionally stronger than acrylic and glass. This material is at the core of bullet-proof “glass,” so you know it can stand up to just about anything.
If you want strength, versatility and the most comfort you can imagine, try going full tilt. You deserve to have options, and not every job is going to require the same approach.