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    Looking for a port side window for my 2002 bayliner 2855-gctid822000

    Hello everyone. I walk down to my boat the other day and apparently some bird must've dropped a stone from the sky and broke my portside 101 inch window tinted. I said it must've been a bird because nobody knows what happened ! :/ i've had the hardest time trying to replace it anyone with a window to sell or thoughts on how to replace it ? I really don't want to do plexiglass


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    That will not be cheap. If you want a DIY project, there is also a similar material called Lexan plastic. Plexiglass can be very brittle to cut and will likely chip and or melt back together in places while cutting. Lexan can be cut like plywood with a jig saw. The edges also sand very smoothly.
    1994 Bayliner Capri 1850, 3 liter Mercruiser, 9.9 Johnson kicker.
    1987 Wellcraft Antigua 265, Mercruiser 383 Stroker V8.
    Pulls with Ext. Cab 2006 GMC Sierra 2500 HD

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