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Very very nice.   Thanks for sharing.  

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6 hours ago, BassNJake said:

Awesome job and thanks for sharing the progress as it went.

 

I'll be due for new carpet in mine soon and I'm sure I'll come back to reference this.

thanks man. there are other threads on here from years past that i was able to reference and they really helped me out. BR has some helpful info in the Articles section of this website too. i was a long time reader of this site before i ever decided to join the forums. hats off to Glenn and ALL the writers on here for all they do.

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Nice job. That frame holding the carpet in the front hatch until it dried was a great idea. 

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12 hours ago, Crappiebasser said:

Nice job. That frame holding the carpet in the front hatch until it dried was a great idea. 

we had some clear pine stock leftovers that i salvaged from our last trim out job. i pre-measured, made my cuts, labled them and cut my braces slightly longer (i still had to make minor alterations). try not to go too tight when bracing against your gel coat, it could crack it. painters tape (on the butt end of the wood) or an old shop rag will help protect it as well. 

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