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  • Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

    I am looking for the starboard and port side windshield of my tiny little boat. It is a 1989 Bayliner Capri. I appreciate your help.Thanks~


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    Re: Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

    Try eBay. Search the boating section for windshield http://listings.ebaymotors.com/pool1....html?from=R11

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    • #3
      Re: Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

      is it flat glass?you can go and have glass cut from a local shop, and they should be able to have it temperd for you after it has been cut.something like that around here would cost about 50 bucks a side.

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      • #4
        Re: Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

        Check this guys ebay store. He has all kinds of stuff. I make a point of going thru it every so often. He has factory stiping kits for several Bayliner models. http://cgi6.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/e...atlakesskipper
        Medford, WI


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        • #5
          Re: Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

          roscoe, I've purchased from them. I bought a couple of hard to find items that worked out really well for me.

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          • #6
            Re: Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

            Thanks guys... I appreciate the info and will get started on that right now.

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            • #7
              Re: Where can I Find a WindShield for a Bayliner

              I just last week replaced my center swing-out window with 1/4" Lexan polycarbonate. Same cost as safety glass. While it requires more care than glass, it will never break. Plus for the swing-out portion, it is less than half the weight.Mike P1988 28' Bayliner Ciera Sunbridge

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