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Old 02-08-2012, 06:05 PM   #1
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Hi All,
Just wanted to show some progress photos of my 1994 3200scr interior reno.

Some of the mods;

New seating covers
new flooring
electrical outlet at starboard table top
helm windlass wiring to dash
DC outlet near electrical panel
3" air cond. vent in head

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Old 02-08-2012, 06:46 PM   #2
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looks good so far...but don'tcha need some carpeting laid down??...just kidding...


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Old 02-08-2012, 08:24 PM   #3
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How did you get the back part of the sofa off. I need to remove it to replace my ac unit on a 3700 scr
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How did you get the back part of the sofa off. I need to remove it to replace my ac unit on a 3700 scr
On my boat they screwed the pieces to the wall. The screws were screwed in thru the "cloth" material at inconspicuous places (at bottoms or inside corners). You have to look carefully but you will find tiny holes in the fabric. Then stuck my cordless philips in the hole and hunted around till I heard or felt a screw. They used around 4 to 6 screws per piece about 3/4" to 1" in from an edge.
Some of the other panels like the forward settee was secured thru the back, and I had to act like a pretzel to get at some of the screws.
Patience is your best friend here.

My biggest fear is in the reverse order my new "vinyl" fabric may bite the bit and twist while inserting the screw. May have to use some lube or precut a hole so it wont catch.
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I kinda like the natural plywood look- it's non-slip and you can sand it if you drop stuff on it!
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looks great, keep sharing the pictures.
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Here is a pic of the adjustable vent for the Head. The larger one is a 4" replacement for one that broke in the aft cabin, the 3" smaller is the new Head vent. Both are adjustable in direction and CFM.




I'll take some pics this weekend of the hose routing from the A/C to the head and post them for those that may want to attempt this themselves. It was relatively easy to add the A/C to the head.
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Looks Great!!! What are you replacing the carpet on the cabin sole with? Carpet? If so, is putting down a new layer of luan necessary? I'm thinking of redoing my cabin carpetting as well.
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Looks Great!!! What are you replacing the carpet on the cabin sole with? Carpet? If so, is putting down a new layer of luan necessary? I'm thinking of redoing my cabin carpetting as well.
No, I am putting in a product called Amtico. It's a vinyl 3" wide plank type floor that looks like wood. It comes 3" x 36" planks and you glue them down over the floor leveler stuff. Since I am stripping all the wood work of that whitewash and leaving it natural oak with a clear coat, the oak look flooring will match nicely.
I originally thought of real wood flooring, but it would get scratched to much.

If you are putting down carpeting, you are right, no luan is necessary.
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Horizon; I've also wanted to add another heating/AC duct to my 2900 SCR... and thought it would be fairly easy to do. But I wanted to add it to the rear salon/outside, to provide heat when she's isinglass'd-up in the Spring and Fall. It would be great to also add a vent in the head, as it can get very cold there on Spring/Fall mornings. But my head is on the opposite side of the current ducting (starboard, vents/ducting is to port). I presume the head on your 3200 is on the same side (to port it looks like from the pictures)?---or am I seeing that wrong?

In order to put ducting/pipe/hose (whatever) to the opposite side of my 2900 SCR, I'd have to drill large (3"+ anyway) holes through the stringers under the flooring I believe... a task I don't think I want to tackle. Or come from the heat pump located under the V-berth and try to fish it behind the inside walls clear back to the head. I don't thinks that area is accessable, has anyone done that yet?
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