I've been thinking about replacing the windshield on my 2017 Springfield. I bought the bike used, but I think the windshield on it is standard OEM. At 5'8", I was able to just see over it until I installed 2" lowering links, now I'm always looking through the shield. It measures 14" from the center of the headlight cutout to the top of the shield. The Indian web site says they have a tall windshield at 21" that is three inches taller than standard, and the have a short one at 16" that is three inches shorter than standard. So first of all, their measurments are inconsistent with themselves because 5 does not equal 6. Secondly, my standard shield measures 14", so how could it be three inches longer than their 16" shield, since 14 - 3 equals 11, not 16. So I thought they must be measuring their windshields differently than everyone else, but they don't explain anywhere on their web site how they do them. Since they are charging $619 for replacement plastic, I think they should get it right. Anyone know how Indian measures or if there are any replacements that aren't crazy-priced?