Ranger Boat Windshield 210581 | 619 Smoke 31 Inch Plexiglass (STBD)

Boat part number 7102261 is a new starboard side plexiglass windshield for 619 model Ranger Boats, part number 210581 .
made for Ranger Boats
Sale Price $224.96 Regular Price: $249.95
GLS Stock #: 7102261-MD201
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Boat part number 7102261 is a new starboard side plexiglass windshield for 619 model Ranger Boats, part number 210581 .

This windshield is constructed from smoke tinted plexiglass. It measures approximately 31" W x 13 1/8" H x 17" D overall. There are NO pre-drilled mounting holes.

Note: Please check with your local boat brand dealer for boat / brand / model / year cross-referencing compatibilities.

Tag reads: 619 VERT RH

  • Boat Manufacturer: Ranger
  • Model: 619
  • Year: Unavailable
  • Part Number: 210581
  • Part Manufacturer: Custom Mold and Tint
  • Part Number: 6900003
  • Material: Plexiglass
  • Color: Smoke
  • Inside Front Width: 24 1/2"
  • Short Side Width: 9"
  • Long Side Width: 17"
  • Height: 13 1/8"
  • Back Width: 31"
  • Mounts: None

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

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Product Questions

Will this fit a 375v ranger
Question by: Sherrie powers on Jul 17, 2022, 4:06 PM
Hello Sherrie,

I'm afraid we are not able to cross reference the windshields we have to specific boats. You'd pretty much need to measure where yours mounts to see if the dimensions work for you.

Answer by: Admin on Jul 18, 2022, 10:26 AM
Do you have the taller bubbles for 2003 620 Ranger?
Question by: Randy Bramsen on Mar 28, 2022, 10:24 AM
Hi Randy,

Unfortunately, we don't currently show one specific to your 620 and it isn't something we can source/order, or cross reference to what we do have.

Going back to '03, we aren't aware of any retailers who might have "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.

Here is a link that shows how we measure ours:


That "a" dimension of 33" is the critical one. It is center to center of each sides radius. If you can find something that size, and curve, chances are good it will work for you.

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


Hope this helps!

Answer by: Admin on Mar 28, 2022, 1:03 PM