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    Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Has anyone pulled out the carpet in the cuddy? Looks like it was put in first before any fixtures were put in..

    Has anyone done this? how do the seats come out? Dont see any screws? Mine is green, so its got to go! Its the last bit of 98' thats still on the boat.

    Pulled seats? Pics?


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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nailit View Post
    Has anyone pulled out the carpet in the cuddy? Looks like it was put in first before any fixtures were put in..

    Has anyone done this? how do the seats come out? Dont see any screws? Mine is green, so its got to go! Its the last bit of 98' thats still on the boat.

    Pulled seats? Pics?

    I haven't pulled mine but guessing that if you reach up behind from the inside the storage area you might find some screws also maybe under the carpet behind the backrests... Best of luck
    Because without beer things just dont seem to go as well

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anchorman View Post
    I haven't pulled mine but guessing that if you reach up behind from the inside the storage area you might find some screws also maybe under the carpet behind the backrests... Best of luck
    Yes, I have been wanting to change mine out, but it does seem like alot of work even in my 272. Takes some pics to see what needs to be done.

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anchorman View Post
    I haven't pulled mine but guessing that if you reach up behind from the inside the storage area you might find some screws also maybe under the carpet behind the backrests... Best of luck
    I looked quickly last week when i was in boat but didnt see any screws.

    I have off Friday and plan on clean boat for a poker run Saturday. I guess i will have to get my phone and video those hard to see areas to find something.

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Damn Nailit
    You plan on taking all the cabin interior out, seats, cabinets and head?
    On the 33 or 272 if you have a step going into the cabin that comes out with two screws angled into the seat bases, this has a bilge pump under it and the carpet for the floor and the runner stops under the step.
    Here a couple pics of my 272 with the step out








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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    [QUOTE=Kefurr;55440]Damn Nailit
    You plan on taking all the cabin interior out, seats, cabinets and head?
    On the 33 or 272 if you have a step going into the cabin that comes out with two screws angled into the seat bases, this has a bilge pump under it and the carpet for the floor and the runner stops under the step.
    Here a couple pics of my 272 with the step out








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    all that carpet on floor under the runner is glued down and cannot remove it without destroying

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kefurr View Post
    Damn Nailit
    You plan on taking all the cabin interior out, seats, cabinets and head?
    On the 33 or 272 if you have a step going into the cabin that comes out with two screws angled into the seat bases, this has a bilge pump under it and the carpet for the floor and the runner stops under the step.
    Here a couple pics of my 272 with the step out








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    Yep, its freaking green... has to go, its the last bit of green on the boat. I have a flip up step under the door. My lil water tank for the sink is under there. This is going to suck.

    I found some screws that hold the arm rest for the couches on each side. Thinking it holds down the rest. Not many visible screws.

    Also waiting for XT to get back with me on my cockpit, our last poker run is tomorrow a.m., so I "could" start taking her apart in the next month, depending on the weather cooling down. AND NO damn hurricanes!!

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kefurr View Post
    Damn Nailit
    You plan on taking all the cabin interior out, seats, cabinets and head?
    On the 33 or 272 if you have a step going into the cabin that comes out with two screws angled into the seat bases, this has a bilge pump under it and the carpet for the floor and the runner stops under the step.
    Here a couple pics of my 272 with the step out








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    all that carpet on floor under the runner is glued down and cannot remove it without destroying
    Destroying what? Carpet or floor?

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    [QUOTE=Nailit;55446]
    Quote Originally Posted by cruisin-charlie View Post

    Destroying what? Carpet or floor?
    carpet

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    Re: Cuddy carpet?!? Replace!

    Spoke to Dave at Xt (while i was ordering my vinyl 😉), he said thr benches are glued down! So this will be fun!!


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