JOHN DEERE SKID STEER G Series WINDSHIELD – LEXAN/CLEAR POLYCARBONATE – SUPERCOAT™ BOTH SIDES. Includes John Deere windshield from models 320G, 324G, 325G, 330G, 332G, and 333G – offered in 1/4″, 3/8″ & 1/2″. Why replace factory glass with SHIELDS® SUPERCOATED™ Polycarbonate for your John Deere Skid Steer? With a SHIELDS® John Deere windshield, you get the FORM ~ FIT ~ FUNCTION of OEM glass with the Increased Safety ~ Durability ~ Performance of Formed & Coated Polycarbonate. To begin, we cut and form our windows to duplicate the OEM glass (including hardware mounting holes). Then we mill the edges and holes so that the original hardware can be used from your existing glass application. Finally, we post-coat with our SUPERCOAT™. This gives the polycarbonate nearly the same level of abrasion resistance of glass and the performance advantages below. 1/2 THE WEIGHT, 250 TIMES STRONGER, REDUCED NOISE, INCREASED LIGHT TRANSMITTANCE, DECREASED SUMMER HEAT GAIN, and DECREASED WINTER HEAT LOSS.
Our lead times below are based on production schedule and demand. We may have these in stock. You can text or call 765-913-8121 to check in stock lead times. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but we want to give you the most accurate information.
½” – 30 business days
3/8” –These are made to order. To learn more, please call our office.
¼” – 30 business days
A note from your SHIELDS® team. We want to be sure you are buying the windshield you need!
If you are thinking about 1/4″ our 1/4″ windshield is great for your basic use. If your glass kept you safe, then ours will be perfect (260X stronger than glass). But ¼” polycarbonate is FLEXIBLE. Polycarbonate’s strength comes from its ability to flex. Some applications ¼” will flex and have movement due to how it is installed in your cab. If this will bother you, we recommend looking at our 3/8” or ½” thicknesses.
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If you have questions about what thickness you need, give us a call! 1-800-554-7527
Many people refer to polycarbonate as Lexan and Makrolon which are brand names or Plexiglass, but this is acrylic. Others may refer to polycarbonate as, safety glass, demo door, and other forms of glass. Education is key when shopping for polycarbonate windshields. To learn more about polycarbonate and what thickness you should buy, check out our blog below! To learn more about polycarbonate check out our blog! View other skid steer windshields John Deere is a Registered Trademark of Deere & Company.