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Applicability: 2020 Tracker XTR1000
Ditching dust rollback is easy and convenient with Side By Side Stuff around. We've got a massive selection of aftermarket Tracker XTR1000 Tinted Rear Windshields that will keep you protected from the grime while significantly reducing low-pressure suction. We love this Super ATV rear panel because it's incredibly durable and well-crafted but totally affordable. Not to mention it looks sick with a clean aesthetic complementary to the machine's factory build.
When it comes to construction and design, it doesn't get much better than this. The aftermarket rear windshield if cut from a quarter-inch thick tint-infused poly. What's really rad is that it doesn't take a gear head to get the assembly mounted up. The purchase includes Velcro, rubber, and plastic clamps that hug the roll cage for a perfect fitment. It's even got a gasket, which reduces rattle and provides sealed protection from the elements. Speaking of protection, this bad boy shields the passengers from Mother Nature's harmful rays while removing the glare for better viewing. If you don't have any questions, get your clicker ready and purchase-up.Features:
PLEASE READ: Upon receipt of your windshield and prior to removing the protective film
- Constructed of lightly tinted 1/4” polycarbonate
- Protects against chemical and UV attack
- Can be used with most most soft or hard tops
- Heavy duty Velcro, rubber and plastic clamps
- Easy to install – comes with all necessary hardware and instructions
Once protective film is removed, the windshield is no longer returnable or refundable. View Installation Instructions View Cleaning and Care Instructions
- Inspect for any damages, including scratches protruding through the protective film
- Ensure product satisfaction
- Confirm correct fitment
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov