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    Question Wind Deflectors-Parts??

    I just purchased a 33ft sport deck 2 months ago and I am looking to do some upgrades this winter. Some of the things I cannot locate is wind deflectors, swim platform, etc. Anybody out there that can help or have advise???

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    www.finneys.com wind flaps I found these early cigarette pop up wind flaps.
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    i would have a celar lexan one made that bolts behind your gauge panel like the newer boats.

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    I was thinking about going with a complete windshield if possible instead of the pop up wind deflectors. Do you have any pics of the windshield you have on your powerplay ? if so please post a pic. I read somewhere that the short clear windshield off a 33 outlaw would work? anybody tried or heard of that done?

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    Another option that I use: http://www.windaway.com/

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    i dont have one on mine but if you look at the active thunders, they have a clear plastic one that runs all the way across. it would be pretty simple to do on a PP. Just take off your gauge panel, have a lexan piece made to the same dimension and with the same cutout as your gauge panel, but 3 inches taller, or however tall you want it. then sandwich it in between the dash and your gauge panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 302Sport View Post
    i dont have one on mine but if you look at the active thunders, they have a clear plastic one that runs all the way across. it would be pretty simple to do on a PP. Just take off your gauge panel, have a lexan piece made to the same dimension and with the same cutout as your gauge panel, but 3 inches taller, or however tall you want it. then sandwich it in between the dash and your gauge panel.
    This is a really cool idea. You could also heat and give it a slight bend.....

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    its simple and a lot of the new boats are using that style....

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    look through these pics and on the one of the dash if you look close you can see the clear plastic....

    http://www.activethunderboats.com/37.html

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    This is the only shot I could find, but I just had one mad from acrylic and bent to fit. There is a 2" flange at the bottom where is screws to the deck. I took my flip up wind screens off and installed this. What a world of difference! Out on water you have to look for it to know it's there.



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