Redneck interior repair, lol.

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  • Redneck interior repair, lol.

    man it is getting tougher to source what I want/need for a certain repair or look. No brown or the like outdoor/boat carpet locally, or something flexible to hide the gap between the cabin liner and the bondline of the hull.
    There was this FUGLY starboard type moulding covering the liner attachment, that was loose, broken screws etc. Come to see that the liner fasteners were also loose or completely out but held in the holes from this white trim pieces...
    After securing the liner, and pondering a bit, came up with the idea to use COVE Base (yes you read that right) to fill in that fugly void, only attaching the COVE base to the liner portion. Being 4" was perfect height to hide that mess.
    the last owner used 1/4 masonary shields to secure this white trim on the vertical surfaces, OMG holes were huge and broken screws in the rest... I wanted a much cleaner look, don`t need to store things on that shelf. I used white nylon push pins to plug the holes with a dab of caulk, and filled in some other holes above the radio... IMHO it looks better than the hacked up trim that was there.
    In the first pic you could see the trim pieces I`m referring to...

    also removed boarding ladder platform that was hacked up to clear the Lenco trim tab cylinder, ugh.

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    1994/5 Caravelle Legend 2000, HOT Mercruiser 350 Alpha 1
    2007 Angler 204WA Mercury 150HP Opti
    "Pale Rider Performance"


  • #2
    You did a great job fixing it! Looks 100% better!!

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    • SeaDawg3
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      Thank You! hope it holds up, time will tell...

  • #3
    Originally posted by Bstnsportsfan View Post
    You did a great job fixing it! Looks 100% better!!
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    • SeaDawg3
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      Thank you!

  • #4
    Looks pretty good I would not know the difference between this and an ideal repair

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    • #5
      In the Masthead light thread >>> https://www.bandofboaters.com/forum/...-needed-please
      I relocated the light to the radar pad on the rear of the top. This left a fugly hole from multiple lights over the years. Just another simple cover up with using a piece of that trim I removed from the cabin... Badda Bing!

      That roof material is barely 1/8 thick...

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      1994/5 Caravelle Legend 2000, HOT Mercruiser 350 Alpha 1
      2007 Angler 204WA Mercury 150HP Opti
      "Pale Rider Performance"

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