BOAT WINDOWS/DOOR

Discussion in 'Hawaiian Fishing Forum' started by Diesel II, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. Diesel II

    Diesel II Newbie

    Location:
    Ewa Beach Hi
    Name:
    Steve Foster
    Boat:
    Diesel III "43' pacemaker"
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    Anyone know a local vendor that I can have windows and a door made for my project boat (40') Pacemaker.....
     
  2. Why

    Why Newbie

    Location:
    thompsonville
    Name:
    Get ur facts straight
    Boat:
    SS Thompson
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    what kind of windows are u looking for??? Like plexiglass???
     
  3. Diesel II

    Diesel II Newbie

    Location:
    Ewa Beach Hi
    Name:
    Steve Foster
    Boat:
    Diesel III "43' pacemaker"
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    I want PG slide windows....
     
  4. Why

    Why Newbie

    Location:
    thompsonville
    Name:
    Get ur facts straight
    Boat:
    SS Thompson
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    This is a shop in kalihi its either called plexiglass hawaii or plastics corp...
     
  5. CMonster01

    CMonster01 Newbie

    Location:
    Honolulu
    Name:
    Clifford
    Boat:
    Big enough to float without it
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    Min Plastics (847-1511) is good with project type work, but they are not the cheapest. I have them fabricate light fixture covers that are not made anymore, so plex sliders should be simple for them. You can also try Hawaii Plastics Corp. (841-3358). They are usually cheaper, but have limited opening hrs (they may wind up operations) and tend to refer to Min for complex shaping. Both are located close to each other. HPC is on eva bound side of Dillingham between King St. and HCC, across from the Aloha gas station (close to the women's shelter). Min is by the women's shelter side of the street, first left after the shelter at the end of the street. Hope that helps.
     
  6. Diesel II

    Diesel II Newbie

    Location:
    Ewa Beach Hi
    Name:
    Steve Foster
    Boat:
    Diesel III "43' pacemaker"
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    Thanks...
     
  7. navyaircrew

    navyaircrew Newbie

    Location:
    Trollin' Dirty 96744
    Name:
    Scott
    Boat:
    2001 Pro-Line 20 Walk
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    Hey Steve... how is the boat coming along?? You get your motors from the big island isntalled???
     
  8. toddbersuch

    toddbersuch Newbie

    Location:
    seal beach ca usa
    Name:
    todd
    Boat:
    31' jupiter
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    plexiglass scratches very easy. lexan is a stronger material. on most bigger boats with sliders laminated glass is used
     
  9. kapnd

    kapnd Newbie

    Location:
    haleiwa Hawaii
    Name:
    don
    Boat:
    Surrat 32 Sixshooter
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    Hey Diesel, how about some pics of your project? I have heard good things about that hull, would like to see it!
     

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