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Old 04-13-2014, 09:27 AM   #1
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Guys, what are you using for bunk carpet? the last I bought was from lowes, it looked like a rolled pattern with long lines. Did not last very long. Does the old fashion astro turf stuff last longer ?
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don't use it, I just replaced my front bunks and they were rotten from the carpet holding the moisture..... I keep forgetting to rip it of the rear bunks, but that's on my list of things to remember to do....
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2nd that...
Bare wood is better than carpeted bunks.
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Bare wood is better than carpeted bunks.
MUCH better!
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Are yall being serious? Bare wood is better than carpet?
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I just read into this a little bit, Bare wood is better, BUT I have thick plastic pads that the boat slides/rests on. I think I missed expressing that....
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Just saw these. Has anyone tried them before? I have to replace the carpet on mine soon.

http://www.ultimatebunkboards.com/catalog.html
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Just saw these. Has anyone tried them before? I have to replace the carpet on mine soon.

http://www.ultimatebunkboards.com/catalog.html
I cant tell what I am looking at in the picture? what are they?
2x4 covered with what?
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I cant tell what I am looking at in the picture? what are they?
2x4 covered with what?
Not covered in anything. Made of high density polyethylene.
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Not covered in anything. Made of high density polyethylene.
Oh, that's a good idea.... they didn't seem to expensive, but I not sure about the weight od a bigger CC, they look good for ski/bass boats....
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