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Custom Windshields

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William Lund

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Sep 13, 2006
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KSDM (Brown Field) San Diego
Hello All,

My Starduster SA-300 has equal height, small bubble-type windshields front and rear. I love the looks of these lower profile shields, but I do have a bit of a wind issue in the rear cockpit. I am considering putting a taller profile shield in the back, but I would like to keep the same general shape of the existing shield, and also use the existing attachment hardware.

Can anyone point me in the direction of a good custom fabricator that could use my existing shield as a mold for a new, taller profile shield? Can this be done without damaging the existing shield?

Thanks All.

Edited by: William Lund

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