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Old 07-09-2009, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default '90 2500SCR Fixed Deck Window Replacement

Both of the fixed [flush] deck 'plexiglass' windows (not the operating hatches) are cracked in my '90 Maxum 2500SCR.

Any info re replacing them would be appreciated. Obviously, due to the time of year and age of the boat, a quick and/or inexpensive solution would be preferred (as opposed to going to a full-$ervice marina/boatyard). I am an experianced [and determined] DIY'er. (I do have on-hand some tinted polycarbonate sheets, possibly a bit thicker than required.)

How thick is the 'glass', of what composition, what type of gasketing (if any) or sealant is used? Are drop-in replacement windows available? Where to obtain them, etc.?

I am looking for detailed information and assistance here, hopefully from someone who has performed this task (i.e., not 'you could try this').

Any feedback is appreciated, however.

Thanks in advance.
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