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Old 10-21-2012, 08:38 AM
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Cockpit Flooring

Looking for some advice and how to on my cockpit flooring...Now that i'm well on my way to pumping in some life into my 38' Excalibur I have reached the point that i'm replacing things that weren't there when i bought said Disaster... Just a little back ground since i'm having to swap Threads given that my criteria no longer fits in the fiberglass body work catagory, Bought boat, pulled boat home, found out boat was piece o crap , gutted boat, replaced ever rotted piece of wood from cabin bulkhead back, rebuilt motors-outdrives-new gimbals-new trim pumps-new lines-new..you get the idea...now that the new lol custom fuel tanks are in...gotta put in new flooring and new rear seat and new sun pad...already purchaed new bolsters...nice drop outs oh that are having new upolstery....but there was no flooring in said crap to go buy for new crap so any and all advice on NEW would be greatly appreciated....now drink for everytime i said new!!
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Old 10-22-2012, 10:30 AM
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My formula is a full glass floor with large access panel over fuel tank. Maybe glass and blend to sides so it is smooth and continuous. Then some non skid and paint. Could add snap in carpet I ya wanted. I'm sure others will have more and better ideas just going by what I have.
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I had to replace the floor in my Velocity as well. I did the typical wood and fiberglass method but instead of carpet or Sea dek I used Dekadence flooring. www.marineflooring.com
I like the idea of being able to take it out whenever I wanted to clean the boat or get to the fuel tank and its much softer than carpet and water runs right through it. So far I have been really happy with it and others that have seen it are looking at getting it for their boats.
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Old 10-22-2012, 01:39 PM
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Thanks Lookin! I'm exploring all possibilites and any info is greatly appreciated! CDial your website doesn't work, but i would like some more information on what exactly it is and how i put it in. Like i said i am building the it all from scratch, pads, side panels, floor...everything
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:24 PM
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Couple pictures to so ya'll can see what i'm working with here



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Sorry, it should have been www.marineflooring.net.
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:00 PM
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Found it! Definitly gonna finish it off with it...looks awesome! Now i just gotta figure out the rest of it!
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