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Old 04-21-2008, 08:59 PM
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No Shoes and a red Fattowel (the cocktail sauce for the shrimp doesn't stain it when the drunks trip).
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Old 04-21-2008, 10:53 PM
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Blower/Race hatch. Don't have to worry about the stiching but it does get very slick. Wife found a couple of really cool bathroom carpets that match the boat. Thay have rubber backing and dont slide or hurt the paint.
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I can't believe it took Clay this long to post some pictures!!!!
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ok found a few pics from the first round of Zoe Decks that we built for a ultra 26 deck.

I will have all the info on the website tonight if I can stay on task for a bit. http://www.badassindustrial.com/inde...d=16&Itemid=29
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depends on whos boat it is.....
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Old 04-22-2008, 12:41 AM
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I have to agree. I think you should party on it, it makes a great dance floor, crash pad, etc. Along with your nice sun pad, put a great stereo in the boat, and then the gang really wants to get up and dance. Isn't that what the boat is all about anyway. If you wear it out partying on it, there could be no better life! Plus of everything on the boat, it probably is the easiest upholstery to repair.

looks like shoes on a candy red paint job
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Simple solution. Get a couple of blower motors, and an engine hatch with a hood scoops. There, nothing to re-upholster!

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...Wife found a couple of really cool bathroom carpets that match the boat. Thay have rubber backing and dont slide or hurt the paint.
BINGO! We have a winner!

My experience with towels is that they aren't worth a [email protected] on either vinyl or paint. One step that isn't square, and you'll slide right off at high speed, usually into the props. The bathmats are heavy enough that it takes a pretty big wind to move them, the rubber backing gets great grip on any surface (think about their primary-design use...) and you can find any size, shape and color you want between Target, Walmart and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

Hands-down the best choice.
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I just bought a real nice 24"x60" "Masterpiece" bathroom rug @ JC Penny for $35. It is red to match the boat and has a non-slip rubber back. Being I don't have a sunpad, just really well waxed fiberglass, I figured this was a must have for the poker runs. Plus it will protect the 'glass from the rogue shoe wearer.

http://www3.jcpenney.com/jcp/SearchD...mResetCat=true

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I guess I need to tell these girl to get off my boat, huh?
dude!! you have some nice looking girlie friends....very nice...


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