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Old 29 March 2017, 12:39   #1
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Windscreen material

Hello looking for some advice again

I currently have a clear curved windscreen on our rib, I am looking to replace it for a screen with a light tint, I also have some marks that won't come out, what material would you recommend and do any of you have any good suppliers that can help me, it is 5 mm thick and a sheet 500mm x 1200mm would be ideal to make a new one

If I can get 4 mm instead of 5mm that maybe better as it curves around the console and the 5mm was challenging to fit.

Thanks for reading

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Old 29 March 2017, 13:49   #2
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Old 29 March 2017, 14:35   #3
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hi used 4mm plexiglass on my viper fix one side gently heat with hot air gun it will go easily when warm got it off e bay
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