Well, today I had the wierdest thing happen. We were taking our boat into our storage bay (2007 175 BR) as it will not be used for about 4 weeks. Normally we tarp it except for travelling into town, as we live on a gravel road. I met a minivan on the way into town, and it threw a rock and completely destroyed the port side glass of our windshield. When we were cleaning up, I looked really close at it and I think that it is a piece of flat glass. Is that correct? If so I can probably get the local glass guy to cut a piece and replace it as the way it broke it seems like it is only safety glass. Am I right in thinking this way?
What does the corresponding starboard side piece look like? If it's flat, you're golden, and you can use that piece as a template for the port side.
'88 Bayliner 1700 Capri Bowrider, 85 HP Force O/B, "Sea Weasel"
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