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Old 05-03-2021, 04:03 PM   #1
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Hello, I recently purchased a 1998 Maxum 2400scr. The vessel has some minor damage but I love the boat and I'm trying to get her fixed and ready for the lake this summer. My windshield is broken...both curved sides and the triangle on the port side are broken. My walk thru and starboard triangle are ok. My bow rails are also damaged. I am having a hard time getting the windshield parts. If someone else has the same model I'm hoping they could send me a pic of the part numbers that are found in the lower corner of the glass somewhere. Or better yet, if someone has a parts boat I would like to buy the parts or perhaps the whole boat if that's what it takes to get the parts I need. Any help is much appreciated.
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Wow what fell on the boat? Going to be very difficult finding a replacement. Taylor Made Windshields would be a starting place.
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The roof of the storage building collapsed under wet snow. I already tried taylor made...they said they can't help. But thank you for your reply.
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The roof of the storage building collapsed under wet snow. I already tried taylor made...they said they can't help. But thank you for your reply.
So will the insurance company not help source the repair? Or did you buy it after it was damaged?
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GreatLakesSkipper.com has a number of windshield components. They may be under the Bayliner brand as opposed to Maxum, but it’s a source I use frequently for new/old stock.

Also, I’d try Taylor Made again. They were very helpful when I needed to source a part and explained my situation. Maybe you got someone who was having a bad day.
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So will the insurance company not help source the repair? Or did you buy it after it was damaged?
I agree. Unless the boat was bought his way, this should be between the Insurance Company and the yard hired to do the repairs. The folks in the marine services industries have vastly greater resources than we do.

This will most likely need to be fabricated. You're not going to find these 'parts' in inventory anywhere.
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I bought it after it was damaged. The po had no insurance.....uggh.
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I bought it after it was damaged. The po had no insurance.....uggh.
There was a recent thread where someone else was looking for curved glass and Taylor Made referred them to someone else the the poster got a quote but it was rather high. This was glass only.
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Yeah, I'm sure new will be expensive. I know the same windshield would have been installed on other boats besides Maxum and Bayliner but I dont know exactly what.
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Yeah, I'm sure new will be expensive. I know the same windshield would have been installed on other boats besides Maxum and Bayliner but I dont know exactly what.
Both of them were owned by Brunswick as well as Sea Ray so maybe try look there at similar size boats.
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