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Old 08-09-2018, 06:10 PM   #1
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I have a 1996 maxum 2300sc and the floor of the cuddy has cracked by the cabin door and I need to replace it. Does anyone know of a manual that will show me how much of the interior I am going to have to remove to replace it? I am keen to minimise the upheaval but want to do a sound job before I put my foot through it!

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I donít believe a manual exists that will actually give you any usable information, if you have a decent fibreglass shop close to you they should be able to lo at it and give you an idea of what you are looking at for work/cost.


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There is no manual with such information.

In inside of the hull is only an inch or so below this. Common on boats for this type of rot. I would replace the entire deck. Remove carpet, remove wood, replace wood, glass it add flooring. Several had installed vinyl flooring that is wood looking as an upgrade.
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Thanks, I was expecting to have to remove the floor but what I don't know is whether I need to remove the seats/bed, fridge unit and toilet plinth because they sit on top of it or whether they are attached to the hull and the floor is suspended off of them.
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Not fimilar with your model but others that I have seen the center floor is a separate piece of plywood.
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Good morning, I come from Germany and have a problem with my Maxum 2300s. 1996. V8 5.7L The tank is defective. How do I get to the tank? Do I need to separate the deck? Or extend to the back. Unfortunately, no one in Germany can help me. I hope they could understand my English. Many thanks from Germany
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I don't know what the problem you have is, but the tank is located underneath where the rear table hole is. So when my fuel gauge stopped working it was easier and cheaper to drill a hole immediately behind the table leg to fit a new one then cap it off afterwards.
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The problem is, gasoline runs out of the tank into the boat. When I refuel it flows into the engine compartment
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I need to remove the tank and repair it or replace it. But I only get off the engine side or I cut open the boots deck
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Andreas can you post some pictures of the deck? Is the leak occurring all the time or just when refueling? If the latter it may be the fill hose and not the tank. If the tank needs replacement the deck will need to be cut to gain access as it has tie downs that need to be undone and may also be foamed in place.
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