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    new carpet for the xpress!!!

    well the ol' xpress carpet was getting pretty worn out and starting to flap in the breeze. bought some carpet, glue and some odds and ends and decided to get after it.......it turned out pretty good i think, for a first timer.......dont know how many pics i can post, so there may be another post after this one.......
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    flags and handlebars should never touch the ground!!

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    next batch.....
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    flags and handlebars should never touch the ground!!

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    some more......
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    flags and handlebars should never touch the ground!!

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    flags and handlebars should never touch the ground!!

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    Lookin good Chuck, great job!!

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    Carpet question

    So, my trailer needs new bunks. Is it really necessary to use marine carpet on them or can I cover them with remnants from the house?

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    Hi Johnny-

    Personnaly, I wrap mine in the big box store gray indoor/outdoor carpet. It's last pretty well, especially if you hose everything down. As far as I know the big difference in the marine grade carpet is the UV resistance. MOst the time it ain't seeing sun...

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    Karl

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    Thx Karl. I figure they are only gonna last 5 to 6 years anyway and the carpet will outlast the wood, so should be no problem.

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