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Old 01-26-2016, 03:24 PM   #1
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Hi There, New member here, but not new to Maxum. Bought my first boat, a 1997 Maxum 2400 SCR about 8 years ago, named Le Ge Sea. in June 2015, I upgraded to a 2002 3100 SCR, named Maybe Maņana.

Desperately searching for a template for deck carpets if anyone knows how of where I can find them!
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Old 01-27-2016, 01:41 PM   #2
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Old 01-27-2016, 02:51 PM   #3
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Make your own......it is real easy. Use brown wrapping paper and put it all together with tape. Guess you don't have carpet or you could of used that.

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I think these guys have templates for many manufactures.
That's whats currently in my maxum 2800 and fits well.
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I got the impression that he was doing this all by himself......cause any marine carpet outlet stores are going to have a template package for him to send in...


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Part of my business is installing nuteek flooring, and thats what i do is use just some heavy brown paper. rough cut the peice, and tape down, then take a marker and just track around the no skid. That it. cut that mark, and thats your tamplate
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Part of my business is installing nuteek flooring, and thats what i do is use just some heavy brown paper. rough cut the peice, and tape down, then take a marker and just track around the no skid. That it. cut that mark, and thats your tamplate. if you need anymore info, just email me and would be happy to help. alstuckless@hotmail.com
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Thanks all. Yes, considering using snapincarpet.com based on recommendations from my dock mates. They have a template kit, which is a large sheet of plastic, though maneuvering it on the deck of a covered and winterized boat is a challenge. Going to borrow carpets from a another dockmate with same boat. Super grateful for them letting me borrow.
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