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Old 11-03-2013, 04:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Re-carpet boat

I have a 1999 Stratos 18.5 ft that I've owned since new and she is in bad need of some new carpet.

Anyone have a recommendation of some reputable shops in the Denver area that can do a good job on replacing the carpet?

How about an idea of the cost?

No, I don't want to do it myself, no time nor inclination.

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Old 11-03-2013, 05:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Send Eyehunter27 a PM. I think he had his done a year or two back.



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Old 11-03-2013, 06:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You might want to check with these guys on a kit..and then have someone install it..Sounds like they can do about anything.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PRE-CUT-BOAT...c0d752&vxp=mtr
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Keep in mind........most upholstery shops will do carpet and seats in boats.....I see them parked outside all the time........maybe cheaper than a "marine" job.....and possibly a better job since they work with the materials all the time.......marine dealers aren't exactly carpeting boats all day everyday.

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Thanks for the tips and info guys, I really appreciate it.
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Learn from my mistake. DO NOT go with Dean who works out of that little shop behind sterling marina. Total garbage work.
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Thanks Fisher for the info, much appreciated.
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If you are looking for an upholstery shop, check with Ron at Autoweave. He is on 64th between Pecos and Federal. He made some covers for my Lund and does great work.
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Thanks Fisher for the info, much appreciated.
Yup, no problem. Dude made so many mistakes, from pricing to worksmanship to dependability. You name it and he screwed it up. Check this out, in the 1st pic Dean forgot to bolt the bracket back into place so the board was not aligned. 2nd pic, the carpet covered up the storage hole under the steering wheel. 3rd pic, steering console carpet failed! This was considered ready for customer pickup . The list go on...


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Damn Fishcer, thats total crap!
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