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Old 01-09-2019, 05:58 PM   #1
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Its time to replace the replace the floor of the boat, it flexes, and the screws that used to hold the T-Top are basically useless. So im looking to have someone cut the old floor out and replace it. Who do yall recommend and is there a basic cost per sqft on an application like that? Plus i have a couple of gelcoat nicks i might as well have repaired too.
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Craig Williams , Custom Craft Fiberglass, and Elton Bowling, two of the best in Pensacola, there are several others, Big Mike, Danny Renfroe, replacing the floor can be quite expensive. Probably a couple of grand or more.
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Now is the time to plan ahead for a much better way to fasten the T-Top. Not just screws in some fiberglass or wood.
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