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Old 08-26-2009, 07:59 PM   #1
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Hi everyone, I am a new user from Portland, Oregon. I have experience in marine carpeting, so feel free to aske me any questions. Thanks!
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Old 08-26-2009, 08:10 PM   #2
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welcome to the zoo..if you were up here...I'd see what you charge for my swim step and the 4 steps going into my salon....


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Old 08-26-2009, 08:22 PM   #3
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Well, we're right down the I-5 corridor from ya! I sell tons of mats and carpeting to my fellow Washingtonians, as well as the rest of the US and Canada. We ship for free too. If you're interested, shoot me the rough dimensions and I can get you a quote. Check out www.corinthianmarine.com for our work...
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Well, we're right down the I-5 corridor from ya! I sell tons of mats and carpeting to my fellow Washingtonians, as well as the rest of the US and Canada. We ship for free too. If you're interested, shoot me the rough dimensions and I can get you a quote. Check out www.corinthianmarine.com for our work...

stern swim step is 3ft by 10 ft....rough dim.....need to be charcol...burber.....bound...I can install the snaps....
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Old 08-26-2009, 09:00 PM   #5
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$ 273.24 for 30 ounce Thunder Grey Berber, includes shipping, cutting and binding. If the step mats are small enough we could probably squeeze 'em out of the remnants (price is based on a 12' x 3' cut of carpet). I would just need a template, pattern or old carpet from you to cut it.
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k..gotta see how to get some butcher paper or something to make a template.....also would want it in 2 pieces so it would be easier to install and stow...


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FYI, If you can't track down any decent paper/plastic, we sell a template kit for $15 that we credit towards the purchase of the finsihed mat.
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you have an email from me..


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