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Q:need wind shield for1994 center con stratus boat 19.1ft do you stock and what the priceAsked on 6/3/2012 by george from greenville,sc
A:You should google taylormade systems for windshield replacementAnswered on 10/1/2012 by Justin from Overton's
Q:I need a replacement windshield for a Ray Craft 1994 Special edition Bass Boat. Driver side only.Asked on 5/25/2012 by Anonymous
Q:I HAVE AN 1995 CENTER CONSOLE HARD TOP RABALO. I NEED AN ENCLOSURE. CAN YOU HELP?Asked on 5/12/2012 by Anonymous
Q:Can you also buy side and back rain shield pieces.
JanAsked on 5/15/2011 by Anonymous from Kentucky
Q:This is about what I need for my pontoon boat but before I would purchase it I need to measure my pontoon area from the front bimini top to the rails to see how much it will actually cover. I looked at this product in several different websites but the size is inconsistent. Overton's describes the size as 5'H x 7'W at top x 8'W at bottom. On the Amazon website it describes the size as 41" x 7' x 7', even though Overton's is the supplier. Can you clear this discrepancy regarding the size please. Thanks.Asked on 3/29/2010 by Steve from Granbury, Texas
A:A tough fit for an 8' beam.......so I would guess it is closer to 7'.Answered on 6/13/2010 by Masher from Lake Ozarks
Q:Is there any way to apply this shield when needed without hardware but maybe improving the strapping?
FrankAsked on 1/9/2010 by Frank from Lake Ozark
A:it could be possible but you would have to modify it on your won, thus voiding the warranty.Answered on 1/14/2010 by Bob from Overton's Tech
A:I believe there is depending on the vessel you operate. I just received the shield and I am working on that idea myself.Answered on 2/12/2010 by Parrot Head from Harris Neck, Georgia
Q:Will this work on regular boats, such as V-bottoms or is it only made for pontoons?Asked on 10/10/2009 by Anonymous
A:yes i have it on a center consoleAnswered on 10/26/2009 by j5nj from central nj
Q:I'm a little confused about installation. It sound like it should just strap and snap on to existing top and rails. But a couple on comments talk about how difficult it is to install requiring drilling holes etc. What is required to install?Asked on 9/1/2009 by ready to buy from new jersey
A:This item does come with it's own snaps that do have to be installed. So some drilling is required.Answered on 9/2/2009 by Chad @ Overton's from Greenville, NC
Q:I own a 21' and a 17' skiff. Both have standard bimini tops. I live in Florida and this seems like a great idea for those unexpected thunder storms. Once the hardware is installed how easy is it to pop on the shield? I wouldn't want it attached all the time. Can you purchase additional hardware to move it from boat to boat? I don't really understand how the bottom attaches to the boat. Lot's of questions but I've been thinking about how to attach a clear shower curtain for emegencies. The rain hurts when you are full throttle trying to get out of the lightning.Asked on 8/20/2009 by Susan from Homosassa, FL
A:The shield attaches around the bimini top's tubing with nylon straps at the top of the shield and at the bottom for maximum adjustably for many different boats. You simply put the long end of the strap up through the first side of the buckle and down through the second side of the buckle and pull the strap tight. You need something that you can wrap the straps around at the bottom of the shield. Very easy to get on and off, and the straps are attached to the shield so there is not other hardware needed to take the shield to a different bimini top.Answered on 9/14/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:Does this product have clip on sides, so that it can enclose the sides?Asked on 7/7/2009 by missy from colorado springs, co
A:Missy, No clip on sides. but you really don't need it. when underway, if it's raining, there is very little blow in. Great Product!!Answered on 8/11/2009 by Dave's Crab Shack from Boone Lake, Blountville, TN