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I bought a 2016 Teryx4 LE about a month ago and have enjoyed taking it out a couple of times.

The previous owner installed a ProBox Roof and a KFI SE45 winch and a full front DOT approved windshield. I've added a Battery Tender 800, DeWalt XL Toughbox for storage, and a Lifetime 28qt Ice Chest. I've got Nelson Rigg Universal door bags on order and hope to install those this weekend.

Here is a picture of my family at Northwest OHV Park in Bridgeport, TX last weekend. I removed the front windshield to get more air flow through the cab for this ride. I need to find a half windshield option for Texas riding.

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Congrats on the new rig, and welcome to the forum! Lots of good riding parks in your area.
Hit me up if you need anything from us. I've got a bunch of windshield options to choose from. Flip up, fold down, half, rear, etc... Shoot me a PM if you need anything and I'll get you the little member discount.
 

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I bought a 2016 Teryx4 LE about a month ago and have enjoyed taking it out a couple of times.

The previous owner installed a ProBox Roof and a KFI SE45 winch and a full front DOT approved windshield. I've added a Battery Tender 800, DeWalt XL Toughbox for storage, and a Lifetime 28qt Ice Chest. I've got Nelson Rigg Universal door bags on order and hope to install those this weekend.

Here is a picture of my family at Northwest OHV Park in Bridgeport, TX last weekend. I removed the front windshield to get more air flow through the cab for this ride. I need to find a half windshield option for Texas riding.

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Awesome! Welcome to the rex family. I am riding Bridgeport next weekend. Did you pay per person or per machine? Also how were the trails?
 

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Awesome! Welcome to the rex family. I am riding Bridgeport next weekend. Did you pay per person or per machine? Also how were the trails?
I paid for one machine, plus bought a 2021 OHV sticker. Pay online before hand but even if you create profiles online you still have to sign at the gate.

The trails were okay. I wish I had a lift in some spots, I found myself turning around more on blue trails and never tried anything harder. The maps are not great, they are more of a relative bearing of what the trail should be like. You can see the map on the website and they give you a high quality print out at the gate of the same map. The covered area at the overlook is closed but it’s a huge parking area to hang out for lunch. I could spend half a day just playing in the old gravel pits.
 

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I bought a 2016 Teryx4 LE about a month ago and have enjoyed taking it out a couple of times.

The previous owner installed a ProBox Roof and a KFI SE45 winch and a full front DOT approved windshield. I've added a Battery Tender 800, DeWalt XL Toughbox for storage, and a Lifetime 28qt Ice Chest. I've got Nelson Rigg Universal door bags on order and hope to install those this weekend.

Here is a picture of my family at Northwest OHV Park in Bridgeport, TX last weekend. I removed the front windshield to get more air flow through the cab for this ride. I need to find a half windshield option for Texas riding.

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Nice rig....word of advice on half windshield i paid 280 used for 10m....it creates a vacuum from back all dust and dirt will enter thru back!!!! They recommend leaving 2imch gap under windshield 🤷🏽‍♂️.
 

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Welcome and nice ride. Yes, half or no windshield in Texas is necessary!
 
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