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I do my riding in Utah, mountains and desert. Dust swirling into the cab has been, and still is an issue. I have installed a cab seal kit, and the dust problem is only marginally better. My last ride was a Yamaha r-spec, and dust in the cab was not a big issue. I like the open feel of riding without a totally enclosed cab, but it seems like the huge wheels and high cab generate their own wind dynamics. I like the machine in general, but the dust is getting old. Any suggestions other than riding in streams?
 

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I鈥檝e got a 1/2 windshield, mud fenders, roof, no back windshield. I mostly notice the dust swirling up from the bottom, through the doors, even with the cab seal kit.
 

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There are 2 gaps around the seatbelt connections by the doors. I hit mine with spray foam, easy to chip out if I have to get to the belt fastener
 

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Heard rear window helps somewhat. And some guy on here I thought was fooling with an air foil or small wing device on the back of the roof. Not sure what came of that though. I have a flip up windshield that has 4 different opening adjustments, and dust is coming in unless it fully closed. And then dust is coming in the side and back. No way I could have a half windscreen only. I like the adjustments on mine, but I鈥檇 rather have a full windshield over an always open or half window. A full face helmet with air line is only way I could ride without a front window.
 

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I bought a TUSK rear windshield from Amazon...I think for like $70...Works great. I also have the SuperATV flip windshield. Adding the rear windshield really helped with the dust and snow that gets sucked in from behind. What I will say though, still going to be dust.
 
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