I checked. Mine are welded on so no removing them. I think I've figured out a way to back it off the trailer 6" and I'll be good. But thanks for the suggestion.
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06-01-2014, 02:24 PM
When you say you took it all out yourself and got it done for $1000, what was the difference between that and the 2 local shops quotes? Did you do the carpet yourself?
06-01-2014, 09:04 AM
They come off?!? Lmao! I can't believe I didn't check to see if they did. That's funny (embarrassing). Now if the guides came off too, I'd be set. I'm sure I can move the boat back a little to...
05-31-2014, 11:20 AM
Hey there. I was admiring your work as I prepare to go much of the same on my 98 Outback. I'm going to start with some gelcoat oxidation fixes. Just curious, when you did your initial wet sanding...
I've got a 98 outback as well but I don't have the bench platform in the forward seating area that straddles the port and starboard benches. Was that an option for the outback or did you add that...
Thanks, Kaneboats. And if I end up with scratch marks like this? :( (yeah, I tried a coarser paper ...)
Very nice! I have the same boat, '98 Outback. I'm just starting a restoration and was working the gelcoat. In my case, the original decals were removed by the previous owner, similar to what you...
Any tips on the 'buy a sewing machine and figure it out'? I'm just about to undertake a similar project for both vinyl and carpet. Where'd you buy material from?
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