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  1. #1
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    Default Seadek install good experience

    Initially I was concerned over ordering a Seadek swim platform pad based on recent experiences
    posted here, but went forward with the purchase...and all went well. I received exactly what I ordered
    5 weeks after initially placing the order. The web site is still a little confusing in that even though you
    choose a pad with a logo (we chose the Roo) you still need to "add" it....not logical but oh well. Also,
    they send email to confirm measurements but provide a standard design that may or may not match what
    you ordered. As I found out it is just to confirm measurements but I think it would make more sense
    to send a design that actually reflects what you ordered. Again, not a big deal but can be improved.

    It probably took me 3 hours total to pull up old pads, clean goo (used acetone), and put on new pad. I screwed up a little on the install as the pad is close, but not over, the edge on one side...not too bad.

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    2008 Outback V

  2. #2
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    Default Seadek install good experience

    Looks great! I've always had good experiences with SeaDek as well - working on the design for a custom pad for our new boat now infact.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by ian ashton View Post
    Looks great! I've always had good experiences with SeaDek as well - working on the design for a custom pad for our new boat now infact.
    Thanks....look forward to seeing your custom design.
    2008 Outback V

  4. #4
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    Looks great, nice color choice to makes the yellow pop on the bottom. I had one on the LSV and it lasted great for 4 summers. The only think that ever damaged it a little was the center track fin on the wake boards if they were metal and our Lab's claws when i didn't sink the rear of the boat when he was swimming LOL
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  5. #5
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    Looks very Good. I personally have had good experience with them. Had a warranty issue on a pad and it was no hassle to address.

  6. #6
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    Thanks folks. We had to do something as the stock pad was deteriorating resulting in the infamous black footprints tracking into the boat. We hope to get a lot of years with this pad.
    2008 Outback V

  7. #7
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    Looks good, Bob. I think it's just the camera angle. Looks pretty straight to me.
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