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wolfmjc
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incredible job there perchin....very nice aluminum work....what type of glue did you use to mount the carpet to the sides and floor..... =D>

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Thanks guys...... The kind of glue used was this stuff. Its flor-craft brand, I got it from menard's for just under $13 for a gallon. I apply the glue with a notched trowel. Then use a laminate roller to smooth out the carpet.
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Looks great.
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Wow man this mod is super clean and original if I thought i could pull it off i would have copied you haha congrats man

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Queencitybassman wrote:Wow man this mod is super clean and original if I thought i could pull it off i would have copied you haha congrats man
Thanks man. I think you would be surprised how easy it was.... cutting the angle in the 1/4" aluminum was what I thought was going to be hard but ended up being a cinch with a circ. saw. :D

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Looks Great Man. That turned out really good.

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Great Job! =D>

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I built the bow deck for the bow mount yesterday. I can't seem to figure out what this piece is though..... Is it a relief or something? Mount it fush or overhang it so that this can flip down???
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Got the fornt bow carpeted, trolling motor mounted, and all the plumbing done today...... I'll take some pictures in the morning as I'm just too tired tonight to go any further. :|

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Looks great!
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I've still got to pick up one more thing...... my bilge pump, but that's all!!!! Thank god too because this mod is getting a lil' expensive :shock: Here are the before mentioned pictures.
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hey man that boat is amazing. i think its my favorite one on tinboats. i wish i could send you my boat and pay you to do the exact same thing. if you wouldnt mind could you explain a little how you mounted the bow mount trolling motor. i recently got one and i'm having a hard time deciding how to mount it. (i am not handy in the slightest bit) and your mount looked like it is something i could handle. thanks for any info you can provide. and again that boat is awesome, i'm in awe

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i guess to clarify on that, how you made the platform and how you attatched it to the boat itself. thanks

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Post by biggun1979 »

I may of over looked it but how wide is your boat i think mine is off a simular size
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Post by dyeguy1212 »

Can you see the green portion of the bow light from the side? I wouldn't do too much night fishing if the waters you frequent are patrolled much.

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