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Old 07-24-2002, 05:26 PM
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Default Looking for a good gel coat repair and upholstry shop in Ohio

Who's got some recomendations. Preferably around central Ohio but I dont mind traveling for great work. I was thinking about Details Marine in Marblehead has anyone ever had any work done by them?
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Haynes Fiberglass repair does excellent work, located in Milford, OH (NE Cincinnati) their phone is 513-575-0090
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I have a great ulpolstery guy... hes in Cleveland does alot of custom work... he did my 34' Scarab cockpit , sun pad. side pannels and double bolster with new foam &heavy weight vinyl(four colors) for around 3k... IF YOU WANT HES NUMBER LET ME KNOW...DAVE
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There's a guy near Buckeye Lake that I have used. I had a great experience with him. Great workmanship. Honest and sticks to his dates and price.

He is located where Sandcastle Marine, (At one time the #1 Baja seller in the U.S.) used to be. I think it's called Custom Fiberglass or something. I'll have to dig the number up.
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The guy above was used for fiberglass/gel work.

No recommendations on upholster's in Central Ohio.
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If price is primary consideration (for upholstery), I know an Amish guy in Sullivan, Ohio who does decent work at a price cheaper than you can buy the vinyl for. He did the engine cover on my formula. Five segments, New foam and heavy vinyl $140. However, no phone, you have to go there.
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Thrill.....DO NOT GO TO HAYNES!!! I took my last boat there and it was a nightmare. There work was VERY poor and they had more excuses than my kids.....

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We can do all the custom gel work here in our shop and have a guy who comes in and does the appolostry. The best appolsters out there are Premier in Sarasota, but the Amish are by far the least expensive.
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