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This part can be manufactured under contract with the owner operator under FAR 21.303b2. It is the owner operator's responsibility to determine airworthiness and applicability.
Shield was very well made. Fit only required slight beveling to adjust for angle of windshield. Easly able to cut out for radio vent and defroster vent and I added aluminum mesh to allow air flow to back side for cut outs. Mounting proved to be a little more complicated. I made to brackets to mount to top of existing front edge and fastened to these using rivnuts 10-32 on brackets and small hole beveled and stainless grommet and tapered recess screw to fastened down on glare shield. I easily attached existing glare shield lights with double sided tape to front underside of shield. Totally Hidden. Looks great!
Fit perfectly. I had to clearance the glare shield in the center where the windshield brace is. Other than that it fit perfectly. Ryan
I searched for a way to install a glare shield where none existed. This worked great. They are reasonably priced for the labor that goes into making one. They are a quality unit, not cheaply made. It is light yet strong. Contrary to the internet research I did these are not shiny and reflective in the windshield. They are a mat black and are perfect for a glare shield. They are very closely fitted to your exact aircraft but may take some minor cutting/sanding to fit properly. One issue I had on my 210 is there is only about 1/16 clearance between my windshield and the panel but the glare shield is about 3/32 thick. They are fiberglass and sand easily. Be careful not to overdo it. Go slow and measure carefully before cutting.