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Old 09-04-2011, 12:21 PM   #1
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Cool bimini top windows

Was eisenglass standard for factory bimini top windows or strataglass I want to be able to roll them up.Glad your back home SP quite the year for you looks like it is working out ok.
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Old 09-04-2011, 01:57 PM   #2
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Cunuck.........The eisenglass is the norm from the factory and the strataglass which is alot thicker is used in the industrial app. Meaning regular ole eisenglass will work just fine. Go to

www.sailrite.com and they have the different mils of glass for explanation..

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thanks Canuk......yes it's been tough.......hopefully it's all behind me now..


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I just replaced everything with .030 Crystal Clear 20/20 which is basically Strataglass without the scratch resistant coating. Our friends when with regular pressed/polished vinyl and regret it. As for its clarity - it was well worth the extra costs. We boat year around, in the rain and at night so clarity if crucial. We roll everything up except the front. We swing the bottom of the front glass up and snap it to the arch.
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