/ RTV Windshield and more #1
both of these seem good options
$100 approximately for DIY
$200 Approximately for turnkey delivery of more durable material
my RTV 1140 windshield is so scratched I'll need to replace in a year
Three years now with no scratches with regular Lexan. They had a different one that was like $60 instead of the $40 I paid which is probably the one your talking about. I do nothing to my windshield other than leave it out in the rain most of the time. May occasionally wipe it off, don't drive thru woods daily with over hanging branches but have had some small limbs drag across it.I built my own windshield with 1/4" plexiglas and after almost one years use it hasn't gotten scratched. Cost me a bit over $40. Drilled 2 holes in the top and side of the plexiglas and inserted rubber grommetts and then used zip tyes to hold it on. If/when I do it over I'll use two pieces of plexiglas and hinge them together so I can drop the top part in the summer to allow the air to flow thru better in summer.
Tried a home made top and have since bought a top from Barlows and installed it.
Used double sided velcro tape in this picture which worked until it got cold then sticky side let go. Then did the drill holes and also ground off sharp corners of plexiglas.