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perchlips

Lund's snap in carpet

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Just wondering if anybody has the snap in carpet in their boat and what they think about it. Any comments would be great.
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I have it in my 2003 1700 Fisherman. It is the best. I love the fact the when I go out in the suspect weather or get it full of fish slime and blood I can snap it out and rinse it off. The one negative is I have to unsnap a couple to get to my 24 volt batteries located under it and in the middle of the boat.

Now that I have it I wouldn't trade it for the world.

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Willy14,
Have you fished without the carpet in? Just wondering if the floor is slippery or not.
Thats the same boat I'm looking at. Did you get a pretty good deal on the Price?

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I have not fished with it out. The floor does seem to have grip to it though when it is wet.
I love the boat. I know I got a good deal on it. I bought it at the first boat show at the Minneapolis Convention center. I had done a lot of research (1 year prior)and knew the options and upgrades that I wanted to negotiate on. I have been doing the comparison shopping thing since I purchased and haven't found anybody come close to the price yet.

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The vinyl flooring is skip-resistant. It has a fake carpet pattern built into it, a pattern that serves as skid proofing.

My buddy has it on his new Pro-V and another on his new Explorer, they love it.

We will have a few sumo cats on it in Canada this coming week, in the new Pro-V. So I will give you some feedback on how it performers after we slime it up.

If a ton or so of sumo cats flopping around on it will not slop it up, nothing will. Not even that slob bother-in-law. wink.gif

Eh Kevin, that snap-in carpet system may be a great option in the new River-Pro? Just in case us Cat-Guys want to impress that special gall, on a date, or somthing.

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Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson

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Willy14,
I was wondering if you would mined, emailing me with some prices? Its up to you, if you do or not. mouzier@hotmail.com.

And agian thanks guys for the replies.

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