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Svfara Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair


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Regular price $560.00
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We can offer Svfara Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair with unbreakable material that looks close to clear glass.

(Our Material: Optical Grade 89% Light Transmission Material) 
(Original Glass: 96% Light Transmission on average, non tinted) 

We can manufacture your Svfara Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair out of our special shatterproof material with transparent hard clear coating (resistant to scratches, A.K.A.: Scratch Resistant) comparable to glass. We also offer a more economical option without the special hard coating or tinted if necessary for Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair Replacement.
Contact us to get our latest price using this hard coat material for each a corner, flat middle (center), a triangular side, or console windshield.
Turn around manufacturing time is on average about 15-20 business days. 
Estimated times are not guaranteed unless otherwise specified. If you need your Svfara Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair. 

(We also have a step by step version in french and english in PDF form, please contact us) 
To manufacture a framed your Svfara Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair, we need the original, undamaged, frame and rubbers (If you do not have the original rubber, we will replace with ours).

Before removing your frame, we require that you provide us the angle between the side and top bar. You will need to trace it on a piece of cardboard/paper and ship it with the frame. Contact us for details for your Svfara Curved Glass Boat Windshield Repair

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    Your boats hull moves and warps slightly with time, and temperature. Your windshield frame does too!
    This is why we ask for a trace of where the center window closes. Without this measurement, the center door may not close properly.

    Flexible for a reason.

    Boat windshields are usually 1/4" (6mm) thick.
    So why do we use 0.118" (3mm) speciality material?

    After years of testing, the 1/4" versions warped and bended the aluminum frame. 1/4" was way too strong!
    Our material is like a spring, it always wants to return back to the original shape.
    Because of this property, we have to use 0.118" material.

    Slight flexibility in the middle of the new windshield is normal, and a desired property. It indicates that the material has enough room to thermally expand, protecting the shape of your frame.

    Shatterproof material.

    Our material is virtually indestructible.

    Highway towing, opening the center door too hard, snow collapsing the tarp, boat marina accident, we've heard it all.

    You can rest assured with our windshield, that it will never shatter or break again.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 29 reviews
    Raymond Buisse

    turnaround time was fast. Would of liked the plexiglass a little thicker.

    Jeff Roy

    excellant service and quality workmanship, would highly recommend to other people.

    Sebastien Gladu
    Winsheld starfish dlx

    Très bon produit quel que petit ajustement mes fait un très beau fini


    We are 100% happy with the product from Flex A Fab. Took our boat out this weekend and the replacement window looked perfect!

    So Far So Good

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