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Old 11-12-2008, 09:08 PM
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This is a winter for improvments. I don't want carpet nor do I want a bare fiberglass floor. Any suggestions for a rubber or vinyl floor?
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This is what we put in the cockpit and cabin floor of all Active Thunders unless something else is chosen:

http://www.lonseal.com/show_product/LONWAVE%20MIRAGE

Let me know what size you need, and we'll send you a sheet priced accordingly.
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Lonseal or Pirelli is the way to go.
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This is what we put in the cockpit and cabin floor of all Active Thunders unless something else is chosen:

http://www.lonseal.com/show_product/LONWAVE%20MIRAGE

Let me know what size you need, and we'll send you a sheet priced accordingly.
Thanks for your input. Sorry to say that I am not familiar with this being in all Active Thunder. Sorry I have to ask this... Is this the floor I have seen in new Cigarette?
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Where can you source the Perelli material?
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Thanks for your input. Sorry to say that I am not familiar with this being in all Active Thunder. Sorry I have to ask this... Is this the floor I have seen in new Cigarette?
I'm not sure if its in the Cigarettes, but we've been using it since the late 1990s. We have the White Cap and/or the Sand Swirl at the factory. If you can't find a local supplier, let me know how much you need.

My response to a PM that I received:

My personal boat was built in 2002/2003 and it still looks great. I actually point the nose of my boat up, and scrub out my cabin and cockpit with Simple Green about twice a season, and just let the water run out the floor drains. The Lonseal does not hold water. Its a rubberized plastic, or vice versa. I actually prefer it over carpet. It takes a "little" time to get used to it on bare feet, but its fine. It actually has some grip to it, as long as you do not overspray 303 Protectant on it. (If you do, watch out.) I wear Crocs in my cockpit almost all the time, and the combination of the two is very sure footed.
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