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    Default I don't know what it is called but I need one....LOL

    Ok I have a 1979 Bahner bubble deck or what I think is a sprint hull. I am wondering if it is still possible to find a panel to put around the back of the hull to keep the wake from getting inside when slowing to a stop I see them made out of plexiglass and would like to find one or have one made. I made a pattern for one but can't bend the plexiglass to the proper curve. HELP
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    Its called a splash guard, and im glad ur asking this cuz i would like to know the same lol...

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    How long is your boat? A friend of mine has a Bahner Sprint and it measures 18 ft.
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    i used a Heat Gun to bend mine around the back ...just take your time!...you might also check with Bergeron down in the PHX area...just my .02 cents

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    I made my last one out of aluminum and powder coated it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quickjet View Post
    How long is your boat? A friend of mine has a Bahner Sprint and it measures 18 ft.
    Yeah thats what mine is 18' see attached pic I am hoping maybe someone still has a pattern for this hull I have concidered aluminum but would much rather has a transparent orange plexiglass
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    Just leave the material alittle wide on the sides to make it fit square to to the hull and make your bends and then you can trim it to fit with the right angle. The corners are kinda contured so you would have to place it in the corners and then cut the plexi with the lines you wanted. Kinda hard to explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    Just leave the material alittle wide on the sides to make it fit square to to the hull and make your bends and then you can trim it to fit with the right angle. The corners are kinda contured so you would have to place it in the corners and then cut the plexi with the lines you wanted. Kinda hard to explain.
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    lol, I got what you were saying Tim ... makes sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post
    Holy Run-on sentences Batman!!!

    lol, I got what you were saying Tim ... makes sense to me.
    It wasnt a run on sentence, I just kept typing with out the proper puncuation...hahaha

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