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Modified, exactly where I to my Lonestar out a few weeks ago. Hidden Falls was a awesome place to drive my Lonestar. Wish I had taken more pics before getting on trailer. Hopefully will start installing mods as soon as I’m back home. Will post some before and after pics. 

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Hey Rudy, welcome to the forum!  Those tires do look awesome.  That's definitely on my list of future upgrades!    Maybe we need to plan a big Defender ride out at Hidden Falls one of these days.  Are there any other areas you go riding?

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Thanks modified. I think that would be a great idea to plan a day to ride. I have not visited any other area yet. I found a a ranch in Kendalia, GSL Ranch that has some trails but haven’t visited. I was out at Hidden falls for 4 hours first time I visited and I’m pretty sure I rode maybe 1/4 of the park. I would like to head out there again for sure. 

Many suggestions for a windshield? Like the flip up but worried about not enough airflow when in the 1/4 open position. I see you guys have those installed on your units. Any feedback would be great. 

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I love my factory tilt glass windshield! The 1/4 open position is a nice option to get some airflow when it's warm out, but keeps the bugs and wind off your face. When it's really hot out and I'm driving slow I just drive with it completely open. I would definitely recommend it!

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For a windshield on more of a budget u can't beat the super atv vented hardcoat poly windshield... I've put that windshield threw its paces for a 1000 miles so far and here in Missouri its definitely had a life of limbs and branches rubbed and scraped on it even installed 2 hand powered windsheild wipers and that dam thing dosent have a scratch in it ... it dosent tilt but has 2 large vents at the bottom that u can open and close ... and for 325 bucks it's a hard windshield to beat 

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1 hour ago, Stapleton said:

For a windshield on more of a budget u can't beat the super atv vented hardcoat poly windshield... I've put that windshield threw its paces for a 1000 miles so far and here in Missouri its definitely had a life of limbs and branches rubbed and scraped on it even installed 2 hand powered windsheild wipers and that dam thing dosent have a scratch in it ... it dosent tilt but has 2 large vents at the bottom that u can open and close ... and for 325 bucks it's a hard windshield to beat 

Good to know! Thanks for sharing, @Stapleton!

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