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Old 07-29-2003, 12:58 PM
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Did you tell me that you do spray in bed liners?
If so, I have some questions for you.
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Old 07-29-2003, 02:23 PM
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Yes I do. What ya need to know?

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Well, a friend of mine had part of his cockpit sprayed with this truck liner.
My question is, what would you think about spraying part of a swim platform? Would it work?
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Carrie, did you think of that or did I mention the same idea to ya?????
I remember thinking about having that exact thing done on the swim deck where the black rubber is. If ya do it, you might want to replace the ladder bolts first. The ladder is bolted through the swim deck and the bolts are under the rubber.
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No, my friend and I were talking about it this weekend. You really thought about doing that to the Baja too? Weird we are thinking the same things about the same boat.
I hate that swim platform, well at least the black. It is so hot on your feet and booty. I have heard that you can have any color of liner.
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Yep, it can be done.

The area will have to be roughed up for it to stick. If it's an aluminum platform that you want sprayed, then it needs acid etched. Other then that, go for it.

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Thanks Buck!!!!
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Yep, I thought about doing it, but never really checked into it. Not only does it get hot, the black rubber would get on your feet and then in the boat.

I guess great minds think alike
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