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I have many rolls of marine floor vinyl, several colors.

Few rolls of marine carpet.

Price $ 8/yard which means 5 yards will be $ 40.00

The size will be 15ft long x 6 ft wide

If you have a 16ft boat it will cost you $ 48 to do it.

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Carpet is all gone, only vinyl is left

floorvinylgreensm.jpg

floorvinylgreysm.jpg

floorvinyltan2sm.jpg

Plus more, I also have seat vinyl and sunbrella material for bimini tops.

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BTT,

Anybody wants to replace their smelly and water holding carpet for marine vinyl ? It's asy to clean, anti-slip, and won't rot your floor. Get it now and remodel this winter, once it's gone it's gone.

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Valv-

Thinking about replacing my carpet sometime soon. Looking for dark grey for an 18' Alumacraft tourny pro. Do you have that color and an estimate on $?

Thanks,

ERW

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Unless you need to do the sides also, you should be able to do your floor with a 19ft/20ft cut if it's 6ft wide or less.

The gray pictures is all I have, cost should be around $ 55.00.

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I'm redoing the floor on a 16 foot Lund. Do you have gray vinyl like the second picture above? Where is Lonsdale?

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I have a lot of vinyl, all colors above are available. Check where Lonsdale is with Google Maps.

Approx 30 miles south of MPLS

Thanks

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Hey Valv,

How much of the grey vinyl do you have like in the second picture? I am looking to redo 12 18' lund outfitters this winter. If you have enough I can pay you for it now and just pick it up this fall.

E-mail me at campmanitou@hotmail.com

Thanks,

Matt

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I have plenty of vinyl for your boat and more. Where are you located ? Send me an email.

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The boats will be in Int'l Falls, MN this winter. I can come down and pick up the vinyl. I couldn't e-mail you when I clicked on the link.

E-mail me at campmanitou@hotmail.com

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Val I would love to get some grey Vinyl for my 17' Explorer from ya but I just never get down your way.

Is anyone from up North going down to get some? If so maybe I could pay for gas if they pick mine up. Let me know. Thanks.

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Val do you have any grey vinyl left I need enough to do a 24ft boat contact me box-car at comcast dot net I"ll call you sunday if I dont here from you,

Thanks BAT

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Hey Val, you gonna be around tomorrow? I might be able to swing down that way in the morning or afternoon depending on when you will be home. I would like to pick up some vinyl from you if you have enough available. Looking for grey, probably a 6'x15' section if you have it. I want to do the floor in my boat so I can bring the little guy out.

Do you have any marine plywood?

Give me a call when you get a chance 651.206.1340.

Thanks.

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I won't be home this weekend sorry, I'll be in S.Dak with my grandchildren.

I will be available during the week though.

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Is this stuff just as good as carpet on the floor of a boat? Do you need an adhesive to install? I may be interested in enough to do a 16 foot boat and a little extra for the walls and below the windshield. Any idea what I would be looking at? Do you ever get up to Eagan/Mpls area?

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