how to replace boat floor

how to replace a wood floor in a boat sportsrec

apply a generous amount of marine glue over the entire surface of the floor with a trowel. press the carpet into place. trim along the edge of the floor with a utility knife to remove extra carpet. replace the seats. secure them to the new plywood with the same screws they used in the old floor.

how to repair a damaged floor in a boat sportsrec

apply marine adhesive to the face of a 4 inch wide piece. hold the piece in place against the underside of the boat floor so that it spans the length of one side of the opening with 2 inches of the long edge exposed. use the cordless drill to drive the stainless steel wood screws and secure the piece at the underside of the floor.

replacing wood floor in lund aluminum fishing boat boat

replacing wood floor in alum. lund fishing boat hey, man, i like what you are saying. i have done lots of carpenter work, so it all sounds logical to me. would you go with 3/4 inch plywood for a nice steady ride, since the boat is light. my main question: will the epoxy and glass help protect that deck from water and thus rot ?

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how to replace fiberglass boat flooring

how to replace fiberglass boat flooring step 1 - remove the damaged flooring. the most common material used for boat flooring is bc plywood, step 2 - add new stringers. if you are also going to replace the stringers, step 3 - install the deck. it is always recommended to cut the deck

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the text book way of replacing the floor is to remove the consoles, seat boxes and remove all the original plywood floor. then replace the stringers underneath. then fibreglass the stringers into

replacing boat floor

hello, i am about to replace the rotted floor in my 1989 bayliner capri. i have removed all carpet and am about to begin taking out the floor. i wanted to ask if anyone has any suggestions on what the best way to seperate the floor from the hull is.

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nailing the boat floor. if you have no other recourse, use wood putty and epoxy over the nails. doing this simple additional task will save you a lot of time and money down the line, since the putty or epoxy will effectively cover the hole created by the head of the nail.

how to replace a boat's floor

if the floors are damaged the transverse beams the sole rests on then they are repaired or replaced with grp beams to suit. it is possible to use timber and plywood in many of these cases. in some cases a grp boat will have been fitted out with timber floors and/or sole. typically these will be Seven Trust floors and marine ply sole boards.

how to replace a floor in a boat gone outdoors your

how to replace a floor in a boat. remove your boat's old flooring. try and keep as much of the old flooring intact as you can use it as a template to measure your new flooring pieces as well as a guide to line up screw holes for reassembling your deck. leave a three-inch trim of old flooring around the edge of your boat.

how to replace your pontoon's floor

first, youll want to get the pontoon out of the water and onto dry land and make a base for it to sit on the ground or in a garage if you are luckier than we were . you want to be able to move easily around the entire boat with people and tools. remove all of the seating first, then the bimini top, and then the rails.

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replacing the wood in the floors of my boat

first you need to make sure you know what you are getting into. many times, the whole cap has to come off to replace the floor, that's a pretty good job in it's own. then you have to support the hull because when you remove the floor, it can spread open like a clam shell. when you install the new floor and go to put the top back on, it won't fit.