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Old 06-21-2012, 11:53 AM   #31
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Ok, I have completed the interior. Here are some pics.
The flooring is a vinyl plank made by Amtico.2012-05-28_17-13-27_353.jpgIMAGE_D07339C2-357B-41E9-98F2-06A6F9345FA1.JPG2012-05-28_19-13-19_484.jpg0617120736b.jpg2012-06-03_19-56-27_916.jpg
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:39 PM   #32
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did you do anything with the headliner?

wondering how to get to my bow rail bolts.
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Old 06-21-2012, 04:51 PM   #33
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nice job!!!


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Old 06-27-2012, 07:46 PM   #34
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That looks good Horizon, Can't wait to go bigger then my 2400 so i can start doing big things like this. i love doing things to the boat
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:58 PM   #35
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That looks nice. I just put in a new floor in our 3200 and I'm just wondering how you finished the edge going into the aft cabin.
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That looks nice. I just put in a new floor in our 3200 and I'm just wondering how you finished the edge going into the aft cabin.
Since the product was thin and relatively flexible, I rolled it over like a bull-nose. I had to prepare the sub floor that way first.0617120735.jpg0617120736.jpg
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I admire your patience

I have just had put Amtico down myself. It turned into a pretty big job due to the uneven floor and gaps between sections but it came out very nice.
I just need to find trim ends for where the carpet joins the wood ( hint- anyone),image.jpg
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I admire your patience

I have just had put Amtico down myself. It turned into a pretty big job due to the uneven floor and gaps between sections but it came out very nice.
I just need to find trim ends for where the carpet joins the wood ( hint- anyone),Attachment 2499


It looks good the way it is from the photos. I left my carpet transition alone. Albeit the Amtico went well under the carpet edge. If you have exposed edges, I would suggest a plastic 1/4" round to match and nail gun it into place.
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I just need to find trim ends for where the carpet joins the wood ( hint- anyone),
If you're inclined to make one, lookup "PVC Wood Steamer" along with how to bend wood. With a thin enough stock, you could bend that shape if you were inclined to build a homemade steamer and frame to bend the wood on (sheet of reinforced plywood with holes and dowels should work fine).
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