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Old 05-02-2008, 10:05 PM   #1
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Hey Guys,

Anyone got any idea where I can purchase a few metres of carpet or vinyl, as used in my 2006 1800SR3?

I can purchase 'similar' materials from generic suppliers but I'd really like the real deal. We have some really cool custom projects on the cards here and I'm not a fan of doing things in half measures.. if we're going to do it, its gotta be done right!

My previous boat dealer was able to supply Carpet off the roll to me for my Nautique but this seems less straight forward for the Maxum.

Can anyone point me in the direction of the Maxum supplier?

Cheers Guys!

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Old 05-02-2008, 10:41 PM   #2
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Our ('our' being 2006 1800SR3's) carpet was made by R&R textiles.

Here is the link to their marine page.

http://www.rrtextiles.com/marine/index.html
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Old 05-03-2008, 12:52 AM   #3
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Brit,

Give Canvas Plus a call for a price on a few yards of vinyl, it is the same as the factory. I had two seats and a side panel built and they came out very nice, the stitching looks great. She may even help you with a number for a roll of carpet. The place is located in Washington State U.S. / Pacific Time Zone if your calling from the U.K. number is 360-435-0932. I believe they are located close to were the Maxum boats were built years ago she has all the old patterns.
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If you dig into the R&R website a bit you will see they link to their sister company for marine carpet.

http://corinthianmarine.com/carpet/custom.php
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Great work guys! Thanks so much

I'll be hitting the phone lines hard on Monday afternoon, as soon as you gys are waking up 8)
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Old 05-03-2008, 05:07 PM   #6
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Good question and generated alot of resources, all within a few hundred miles of me. I need to replace my snap-in carpets as well. As anyone had experience with ordering 'pre-made' carpets?
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You know I found a great place. snapincarpet.com They send you samples. Great selection. I will be doing the cockpit carpit and cabin carpet with them. Not to expensive.
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Great lead. I visited their website and requested a sample.

I also removed my 'galley' today. The 1st mate (wife) wants a fridge so out came the ice box, followed by the cabinet and sink. Going in with new Corian top, sink, faucet, and 12v fridge. Next is to 'cut back' the shelving around the cuddy seating. I'm 6' tall and it's just too short for me. I can gain 16" across and over 18" fore/aft by reducing the shelf widths.

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Great lead. I visited their website and requested a sample.

I also removed my 'galley' today. The 1st mate (wife) wants a fridge so out came the ice box, followed by the cabinet and sink. Going in with new Corian top, sink, faucet, and 12v fridge. Next is to 'cut back' the shelving around the cuddy seating. I'm 6' tall and it's just too short for me. I can gain 16" across and over 18" fore/aft by reducing the shelf widths.

Pimp your boat, it's fun........

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