|12-02-2011 10:18 PM|
|Kevbz||I folded my down once, to have get to the roll bars for new pads...like every bolt on it, they were rusted, almost snapped them off...no more for me I think|
|12-02-2011 09:25 PM|
When summer comes im gonna try the windshield down when out wheelin.
|12-02-2011 09:17 PM|
i will try it someday going slow in a woodsy area, but still a little concerned about getting slapped by a branch...
i never thought the windshield went down for a driving purpose, i thought it was simply a way to make the vehicle flat and stackable for shipment to europe - wwii.
i don't like any windshield/faring on a motobik, but i did quickly learn the hardway that you absolutely need eye protection. a gnat/mosquito almost took me down.
|12-02-2011 09:16 PM|
|kscape||Thought about - '98 - don't need to cause issues|
|12-02-2011 09:10 PM|
|s14sh3r||I haven't done it in my jeep, but I used to have a 67 Bronco and I put the windshield down a lot when driving in the woods. It's great. The only bad thing is going down old trails, every now and then you'd have to dodge spiders|
|12-02-2011 08:47 PM|
|Tom125||The first time we folded ours down on our 97 TJ we trashed the drivers side hinge. It was rusted and didnt turn, just sorta peeled the steel itself! But our jeep lived its whole life in Ohio. Just a tip!|
|12-02-2011 08:32 PM|
I've tried it for novelty value but there is a reason a windshield is called a wind-shield
Recommend sunglasses and keeping your mouth closed.
Suspect it would make more sense offroading or in a parade.
|12-02-2011 08:21 PM|
|John in Vegas||I used to wheel with the windshield down with my 73 CJ, but that was easy, only 2 latches and down.|
|12-02-2011 07:10 PM|
Anybody put their windshield down. I'd like to just for the hell of it, but never have in the 9 years I've owned it and I'm afraid it may not go well or cause an issue.
Just curious what ppl do with it down. I'm afraid it may bounce on the hood even if I tie it down.
02x 4.0 5sp