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  • What(39)s the real name??-gctid350380

    I'm looking at replacing my bimini top this Spring and am having a hard time figuring out what to look for. I currently have a 3 bow bimini that's in pretty rough shape. I'm replacing it and would like to get the sides, back, and clear/windshield part too. For the life of me I can't remember what the clear part is called so I can't search for it and haven't stumbled across it either....something like iglass something with an i/eye.

    Also, since my boat already has the snaps on the windshield how do I get the enclosure pieces that match up with the existing snaps, or can I without having it custom made?

  • #2
    I don't have all the answers you need, but I might know where to get them.

    Leta's Top Shop, LLC is one of the leading custom Bimini boat topper suppliers in the Arlington, WA area. Our Bimini top makers will create a cover


    • #3
      Isinglass? You are talking about the clear enclosure for the helm/cockpit area correct


      • #4
        LOL, that's it!! Isinglass.


        • #5
          Here...... you'll never forget that word again.

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          • #6
            I would suggest that you check out STRATOGLASS as an alternative to the isenglass. Its coated with a no scratch surface that makes the "glass" last for years w/o yellowing and is easier to keep clean. Can use cleaners that would normally yellow the isenglass.