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Old 04-18-2005, 11:15 PM
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Nah.. Shag would be a biotch to dry.. LOL
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Old 04-18-2005, 11:29 PM
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I just got mine delivered today.
John was great to work w/ and reasonable too.
I'd post pics but its still in the box.
I think he told me about yours. he said he emboidered the Pantera eyes in it. Post a pic when you can!!
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Rollwithit as you know I also have a old school 24 Baja. I had the glued in carpet up the walls also. I went to the local carpet store and picked out low cut carpet in a very cool purple. My seats are all white, purple carpet on the floor and just for kicks I installed purple neons lights under the sides. The carpet has been in the boat for 2 years and still looks great. And for the price who cares if you have to replace it in a couple of years!

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Old 04-19-2005, 08:07 AM
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Try here: http://www.boatcarpetbuys.com/.
When I was rebuilding the rescue boat, I came across this site. The carpet was good quality, and inexpensive (even the shipping price was good). I went to Home Depot for the adhesive, and put it in myself. I still had some left over, so I made a carpet for under the awning of my motorhome.
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Sounds like the last options may be the easy way to go since your carpet is glued down.

If you would like removable carpet you could pull it all out and install a flooring material like Lonseal and then send in a pattern to one of the many carpet suppliers. I use Snap-in-carpet and no it does not have snaps it's heavy enough to stay put! The guy really does do nice work and is a pleasure to deal with. This option may be a pain but it's nice to pull the carpet and wash down the decks or if the carpet gets wet we take it out and hang it dry. I take the carpet to the car wash once a year for a good cleaning and vacuum.
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