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Hannigan windshield

I have a Hannigan Astro 2+2. Anyone have an Idea for a smaller windshield than stock?

I spoke to Hannigan this morning and they don't offer one. What they offer is a cooler package.

When full Summer hits, here in Arizona I will be able to bake bread in the Hack.


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There they showed the worlds first Bubble forming rack for windshields.


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Why not put in air vents ? be creative and put in body vents and or windshield pop vents and of course keep the top off in hot weather. I use Vetter pop vents and they help on my Monaco.




some possible ideas :




and : https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catal...SABEgKkPPD_BwE

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-22-2019, 09:08 AM Thread Starter
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That snap vent looks interesting SNAPVENTŪ - MODEL F325A.

I'll look into cutting a hole in that 20 year old plastic.. Thanks.
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