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Ranger Brushed Gray 13 3/8 x 7 1/2 Inch Plastic Boat Blank Bow Panel / Plate 7202872

GLS stock number 7101121 is a new, out of the box, boat blank panel from Ranger Boats, part number 7202872.
made for Ranger Boats
$44.95 MSRP: $60.68
GLS Stock #: 7101121-AK483
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GLS stock number 7101121 is a new, out of the box, boat blank panel from Ranger Boats, part number 7202872. Model / Year unavailable.

Constructed of brushed gray plastic, this panel measures approximately 13 3/8" L x 7 1/2" H overall and has (4) 1/8" dia. mounting holes on perimeter.

Specifications:
  • Boat manufacturer: Ranger
  • Part number: 7202872
  • Material: Plastic
  • Color: Brushed Gray
  • Overall Dimensions: 13 3/8" L x 7 1/2" H
  • Mounts: (4) 1/8" dia. mounting holes on perimeter

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

Product Questions

I am looking for a dash panel for drivers side (right). Boat is Ranger 620VS. This looks like the correct panel size-wise, but it slants in the opposite direction of panel currently on the boat. Do you have a different one with slant on the right side, instead of left side?
Question by: Thad Hiestand on Jul 16, 2021, 10:56 AM
Hello Thad,

Unfortunately we don't currently have that "opposite slant" panel blank, and it isn't something we can source or order. All the Ranger blank panels we have can be seen at this link:

Link: https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/search/?q=ranger+panel+blank

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Jul 16, 2021, 12:18 PM
I have a 2017 ranger 620 fs, I'm relocating a lowrance hds 9 gen 3. Looking to cover the hole left in the bow. Will this be the correct plat
Question by: Denny Mailey on Feb 5, 2021, 1:31 PM
Hi Denny,

I'm afraid we have no way to cross reference the panel/plate to specific boats. You see, we aren't dealers/distributors - we purchase overstock and excess marine accessories. You'd pretty much need to go by the measurements in the ad.

Sorry we could not help.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Feb 5, 2021, 3:26 PM