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Ranger 186 Reata 87 Inch 3 PC Marine Boat Windshield 6900518SF/PF

GLS Stock Number 7101470 is a new, out of the box, 3 piece boat windshield for a 186 Reata model Ranger Boats, part number 6900518SF/PF .
made for Ranger Boats
Special Price $2,042.55 MSRP: $2,499.00
GLS Stock #: 7101470-MF391
Only 2 left
Boat part number 7101470 is a NEW, out of the box, 3 piece boat windshield for a 186 Reata model Ranger Boats, part number 6900518SF/PF . Constructed by Taylor Made Part Number 515-80678/80679 .

This 3 piece windshield is constructed out of aluminum-framed clear non-tinted glass. Measures approximately 87" L (across the back from tip to tip) x 18" H x 21 1/2" D overall. Center walk through measures approximately 24 3/4" L x 26 1/4" H overall.

Contains minor scuffs and scratches, due to storage and handling.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Ranger
  • Model: 186 Reata
  • Year(s): Unavailable
  • Part Number: 6900518SF/PF
  • Part Manufacturer: Taylor Made
  • Part Number: 515-80678/80679
  • Material: Glass (Window) / Aluminum (Frame)
  • Tint: Clear (although it appears frosted, it is indeed clear)
  • Back Tip to tip: 87"
  • Height: 18" H
  • Deep: 21 1/2" D
  • Center Walk Through: 24 3/4" L x 26 1/4" H
Please note, actual measurements may vary. To help with proper fitting, we strongly recommend purchasing a template before placing your order. To purchase the $25.00 template, please send us a message. The price of the template will be deducted from the windshield cost if you purchase that windshield.

Because of the size and/or commodity of this item, we must ship via truckline. The shown freight cost is for the LOWER 48 STATES ONLY and shipped to a business at a commercial address WITH LOADING DOCK. We can ship to your residence, or possibly a nearby terminal. We can also offer international shipping. Please call or email for a shipping quote if needed.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Please note, actual measurements may vary. To help with proper fitting, we strongly recommend purchasing a template before placing your order. To purchase the $20.00 template, please contact customer service at (262) 898-1855. The price of the template will be deducted from the windshield cost if you purchase that windshield.

Because of the size and/or commodity of this item, we must ship via truckline. The shown freight cost is for the LOWER 48 STATES ONLY and shipped to a business at a commercial address WITH LOADING DOCK. We can ship to your residence, or possibly a nearby terminal. We can also offer international shipping. Please call or email for a shipping quote if needed.

Product Questions

How much do you charge for shipping 29316. South Carolina and if ill buy it on this Wednesday when it will arived
Question by: Paul on Apr 19, 2022, 7:20 PM
Hello Paul,

There are two shipping options:

1) Ship to your residence: $436.10 (3-4 business days)
2) Ship to the Fedex Freight terminal in Duncan, SC: $254.82 (2 business days)

Those prices are good for 5 days.

Thank you!

Gene
Answer by: Admin on Apr 20, 2022, 12:27 PM
Do you have this style glass to fit a 2001 Ranger 210VS Reata? We need the curved passenger side. It is still being made for a 186 Reata, we need to know who we could contact to find out about getting a glass to fit our 210VS Reata. Are all curved glasses on the same footprint.
Question by: Judy Green on Mar 15, 2022, 3:24 PM
Hello Judy,

We typically only have complete windshields, but we don't currently show one specific to your 210VS and it isn't something we can source/order.

Going back to 01, we aren't aware of any retailers who might have complete or partial "on the shelf" anymore. You may need to either find someone to make one, or find one close and use it. That option isn't as daunting as it sounds, and you'll find our complete units are more often than not cheaper than having a section custom made.

Here is a link that shows how we measure them:

https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/media/catalog/product/cache/6e08862b351d0448e343d9b56fc3c5ba/a/b/ab56734c7d4cd1a6ff45175ff465b4da_1.jpg

The single most important measurement is the 80". That is center to center of the port/starboard radius. If you can find one that matches yours, there is a good chance it will work. The height, and to an extent the length can usually vary, and the width across the back as well, because the back can flex so much.

If interested, here is a link to all we currently have:

http://greatlakesskipper.com/boat-parts/windshields-glass-parts

Note too: If you find one you feel may work, we can offer a foot print template for $20 (if in the lower 48 states) which is refunded if the windshield is purchased.

Hope this helps!

Gene
Answer by: Admin on Mar 16, 2022, 9:13 AM
Would it fit a 2004 ranger 621vs?
Question by: John Shimek on Oct 6, 2021, 3:56 PM
Hello John,

I'm afraid we do not know. We aren't dealers and cannot cross reference it to specific boats. You'd pretty much need to measure where you'd mount it and see if the dimensions work.

Note: the critical dimension when measuring is center to center of each radius. On this windshield it's the 76" dimension. If you can make that work, the rest will often fall into place.

We can also offer a foot print template for $20 (if in the lower 48 states) that is refunded if you purchase.

Thanks,

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Oct 6, 2021, 4:09 PM
Is the price negotiable?
Question by: Will Powell on Aug 15, 2021, 3:00 PM
Hi Will,

If you care to make an offer, we can pass it on and get back to you. If you want to give us your zip, we can quote shipping right away too.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Aug 16, 2021, 10:55 AM
Would this fit a 2003-2005 620vs
Question by: Nick Mueller on Jun 26, 2021, 3:00 PM
Hello Nick,

Since we aren't Ranger dealers, I'm afraid we have no way to cross reference the windshield to specific boats. You'd pretty much need to go by the measurements in the ad.

Sorry we could not help.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Jun 27, 2021, 10:35 AM