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anyone have experience with a Flack Jaket

https://www.flackjaket.com/store/p128/Can_Am_Defender_Windshield_protector_Fits_years_2017-2020.html#/

I've made my own windshield protector from rubber flooring but I'm looking for a better solution 

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My wife sowed one from vinyl but it was difficult to keep it tight so that it didn't come loose and start flapping. We used a 2" overlap that has a draw string in it inside the cab, the area that was a problem was between the hinges on the top, will have to find the cover and do a few mods?🤨

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I bought bear "full body armor". No chips in his glass. And he has a place to nap come winter time. "NAP" not "HIBERNATE" Not enough time to hibernate!! STUFF TO DO!!

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This is what I use and it seems to work great. It has a vinyl cover and a quilted insulated material behind it. Several straps behind with clips and bungees hold it tight. I have hauled it about 500 miles and it stays put very well !!

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HAHAHA...it took this Canadian until Rocky's post about hauling his Defender to understand this had nothing to do with guns. Was scratching my head!  A Hunt's post confused me even more without knowing what these were.  Good internal chuckle for me today 😁

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just arrived. In these pictures, the Flak Jacket is placed loosely on the windshield, that is why there is slack. 

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So what holds it in place? It looks like 3 snaps on each side. Do you have to drill or rivet the other half of the snap to the machine?

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you need to drill the roll cage and use rivets to attach the other half of the snaps. 

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Rocky where did you happen to get that from? Is it home made?

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Looks well made and well installed, hopefully it works well.🙂

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