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Thread: 2011 550F Tundra LT 27" Windshield.

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    Default 2011 550F Tundra LT 27" Windshield.

    I just tried to install the 27" windshield kit on my Tundra. The handlebars are going to hit it when turning. Thus machine will be used for freight and also heavy boondocking. Anyone else have a problem with handlebar clearance?


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    Can you tip them back a bit and still be comfortable?

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    I had the same problem on my 2012. I finally went to the middle height windshield. Not as much protection, but it doesn't bind up on a twisty trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mod elan View Post
    Can you tip them back a bit and still be comfortable?
    I need them where they are as I boondock a lot.

    I just looked at a set at AMDS. The 17" high ones clear the windshield and still cover your hands while riding straight. Gonna try to swap the 27" for 17" tomorrow at Team CC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtofak View Post
    I need them where they are as I boondock a lot.

    I just looked at a set at AMDS. The 17" high ones clear the windshield and still cover your hands while riding straight. Gonna try to swap the 27" for 17" tomorrow at Team CC.
    I didn't know they called the trip from the cabin to the lodges "boondocking". Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laker Taker View Post
    I didn't know they called the trip from the cabin to the lodges "boondocking". Lol
    Well, Neighbor..... Maybe we can play follow the leader this winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtofak View Post
    Well, Neighbor..... Maybe we can play follow the leader this winter.
    Hell yeah another challenge all you need now is a fine women for meadows lake to start the race...

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