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Please enjoy the new video that we produced that will show the toughness of the F4 Customs windshield. Since we have windshields for so many different motorcycles we used our HD display just as a general overview of the F4 Customs windshield however the same toughness is in all of our shields including all of the Goldwing replacements.
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well if i ever followed a truck full of steel wool or had someone come after my windshield with a sledg hammer I would wish i had one of these.


Actually they look pretty durable. What is the average cost?
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They start at $300 for the stock height, clear and without vent. The vent adds about $75 and if you want it tinted that is $10. Here is the page for the 1500.
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Based on what you purchase but a goldwing standard using your vent is about $335

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So my vent on a taller f4 windshield for a 2013 1800 would be how much(is hole cut in and I just swap the vent or do I need to cut hole in?) Also, windshield is taller but is vent in same place height wise?

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So my vent on a taller f4 windshield for a 2013 1800 would be how much(is hole cut in and I just swap the vent or do I need to cut hole in?) Also, windshield is taller but is vent in same place height wise?
The Plus 4 is our tall shield and if you use the back of your vent and a new front from us the cost would be $375.00 The vent is in the same position just a taller shield.
Give us a call at 330-968-4644 and we can discuss it further.
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Actually they look pretty durable.

Pretty tuff they are.

Here's where I cut mine down, experimenting with 1-1/2" wide top strip.
Bent and holding with one hand:



Released and still holding shape:

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Pretty tuff they are.

Here's where I cut mine down, experimenting with 1-1/2" wide top strip.
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Released and still holding shape:
Wow that is impressive

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