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Reupholster And Carpet Work


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Has anyone done any reupholster or carpet work here in NWA? Just wondering how much it would be for 18 footer, I understand price does not determine anything, the important thing is quality work.

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Nobody?? Wow. I figured someone would know someone.

Need marine repair? Send our own forum friend "fishinwrench" a message. 

He will treat you like family!!! I owe fishinwrench a lot of thanks. He has been a great mechanic with lots of patience!

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There are some shops that advertise on Craiglist that are local(Rogers), wondering if they are any good.

Would like to stay local if possible, but a trip to Springfield gives me a great reason to go to BPS!!!

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I'm going to be replacing my own carpet soon. Possibly this weekend if the weather is just terrible. I'd rather be out fishing but it's not worth risking a wreck to get there and back. Besides, I need to get the carpet replacement started.

I'm also removing the old front seats and making a deck extension too and I'm anxious to get that little project started.

Making your own seats in an older boat isn't that difficult but if you want that professional touch, it's a much better and longer lasting solution for sure.

Need marine repair? Send our own forum friend "fishinwrench" a message. 

He will treat you like family!!! I owe fishinwrench a lot of thanks. He has been a great mechanic with lots of patience!

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I'm going to be replacing my own carpet soon. Possibly this weekend if the weather is just terrible. I'd rather be out fishing but it's not worth risking a wreck to get there and back. Besides, I need to get the carpet replacement started.

I'm also removing the old front seats and making a deck extension too and I'm anxious to get that little project started.

Making your own seats in an older boat isn't that difficult but if you want that professional touch, it's a much better and longer lasting solution for sure.

I still think you should use the bench seat out of a '67 Chevy 1/2 ton. That would be awesome!
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