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Old 06-07-2007, 11:43 PM
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Bayliner lol
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Old 06-08-2007, 01:28 AM
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Anyboby know the value for a windshield assy for an arriva know it fits my 19'8" ARRIVA
you might have better luck on powerboat.com.... i hope you did not think i was busting ya on your ride... just wrong site for that question.... good luck my friend....
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Old 06-08-2007, 02:58 AM
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Anyboby know the value for a windshield assy for an arriva know it fits my 19'8" ARRIVA

the windshield assembly? was that all the crane could pull up from the bottom of the lake?

just bustin on ya..

welcome to OSO.. not many bayliners here from what Ive seen though.. might try powerboats.com
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Old 06-08-2007, 05:10 AM
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I'm not sure anyone hear is going to be able to help since this site primarily has performance boaters. No offense but Bayliner is not really the kind of boat any of us would be able to offer help with. But who knows, maybe there are some closet boaters here who may know something that could help. Best of luck!
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Damn, you guys are brutal - even a 14 year old that probably doesn't even have a checking account. My first boat way back when was an Arriva, and it was perfect for a twenty something who was saving to buy a house. Since then, I've had a Baja, Velocities and two Phantoms. I raced A-Class and SVL for three years as well. I still remember the Arriva very well - it was perfect for that point in my life.

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Damn, you guys are brutal - even a 14 year old that probably doesn't even have a checking account. My first boat way back when was an Arriva, and it was perfect for a twenty something who was saving to buy a house. Since then, I've had a Baja, Velocities and two Phantoms. I raced A-Class and SVL for three years as well. I still remember the Arriva very well - it was perfect for that point in my life.

Everyone isn't born with keys to a Top Gun in their crib.

Phantom Chaos, kinda what I was thinking.
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Damn, you guys are brutal - even a 14 year old that probably doesn't even have a checking account. My first boat way back when was an Arriva, and it was perfect for a twenty something who was saving to buy a house. Since then, I've had a Baja, Velocities and two Phantoms. I raced A-Class and SVL for three years as well. I still remember the Arriva very well - it was perfect for that point in my life.

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Exactly.

Damn guys...
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you might have better luck on powerboat.com.... i hope you did not think i was busting ya on your ride... just wrong site for that question.... good luck my friend....
Well at least that filthy animal told him where to go
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next hes gonna ask us if we would own a fountain over a cigarette.......
I see a pontoon boat in your future.
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Wow, this certainly has turned into a useless thread. There is a website baylinerparts.com in which you can get the part numbers you need, but there are no prices. They break the parts down into small items, glass, frame, fasteners, etc. You'll want to check with your local dealer for prices. Bayliner does not sell direct. You can look up dealers here.

Good luck!

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