Our marine carpet is backed with marine rubber that can withstand damaging gasoline spills. Yarn is treated with ultraviolet stabilizers, and has a manufacturer's 2-year limited sun-fade warranty. Contiguous 48 states orders only. Made in USA.
Backed with marine rubber
NOTE: Sold by linear foot. Enter the length (number) of feet as the order quantity. Minimum order of 5' cut.
Carpet Glue is needed and is sold separately. Carpet Glue can be found through item search for number 957999
this is a great product I used it on my boat trailer to pad the runners. works great no tears or loose carpet anywere. Great product i would recremened it to anyone looking to carpet their trailer.
December 23, 2010
A decent carpet, but next time I'll go with the deluxe. This carpet is VERY thin, and if you are not careful, will rip. Not much in the way of padding either. I have found more suitable marine carpet since, that is less money, and has much more padding.
July 27, 2010
I recently purchased this marine carpet for my bass boat. It was very flexible,easy to cut to fit and yet is has a nice comfortablr backing. I just replace the carpet in the botom of the boat. I'm so pleased with the product I plan to replace the carpet on the deck.
July 19, 2010
great carpet boat looked great after carpet installed would recommend to all who are looking to recarpet thier boat
May 23, 2010
I am gutting my jon boat and building a casting deck scratch. I need to know how thick this carpet is so I can properly space adjacent hatches and decking so that they fit snugly after the carpet is installed.
When I replace 1 section of carpeting on the front deck of my 2007 ProTeam 190TX I want it to be the same weight as the original. Does anyone know what weight Tracker uses? I'm gonna guess Standard 16oz because of the cost. Be nice to know for sure though.
Recarpeting a G3 165PRO bass boat and cannot understand how the old carpet was wrapped around the decks and glued with the decks screwed down UNDER the carpet. The G3 people were not any help. Can you? Thanks to anybody out there who can help me.
I would also use glue and notched trowl and make sure glue was spread good and even and take your time. I would also use electric staple gun if you have one for the under side of the carpet and make sure after you glue carpet to roll it good or put some weight on it and let it set and cure good. I hope this helps.
If there is a Bass Pro store near you, they will have samples in the Marine department of the store. If not, you can contact Bass Pro customer service & the Vendor Rep can send you out some swatches of the colors you are interested in. Hope this helps!
You'll need to contact a customer service rep. They will use your order number to contact the vendor and obtain a Fedex tracking # for your order. Usually these numbers are available 4 business days after your order is placed. Hope this helps!
this depends on how you are going to cover it if your going to fold under things like doors to storage make shure to account for that always give yourself extra carpet.I would say about 19ft. to be safe but i would make the measurements before I would buy.
There is no pat answer to this. You'll need to measure your boat from bow to stern, and allow for any changes in elevation in the floor of the boat. The easiest thing to do is to take a tape measure, start at the bow, and unroll the tape measure along the bottom of the boat, following any steps up or down, until you get to the stern. If your boat is an inboard and you wish to recarpet the cover, you'll need to measure from the floor up the face of the cover, then add in the distance to the trailing edge of the cover. If you have a lot of lids to cover, include extra carpet for those, as you'll want to make sure that you have plenty of carpet. You can use where you cut out for the larger lids to cover the smaller lids, and then you'll want to make sure you have enough to cover those larger lids as well. If you order a few feet too much, you can always cut them down to use as covers for your bunk boards. Good luck!
I am covering 5.5ft x12ft long. This boat is a tri-v 16.11inch boat with open bow. I got it for 500 bux and the motor runs with a trailer in great shape. But after ripping ouit the faded red outdoor carpeting the supports and flooring down the middle was rotted. This I knew before buying it. Ants were apparent also. So, I am replacing support boards down the middle and across and in the front bow section. My main question is "how much carpet will I need for this.
Be sure to use marine plywood when replacing the flooring, or to seal the wood before attempting to glue down carpet, as adhesives have a hard time sticking to fresh pressure treated woods. A 6' x 12' long piece should be sufficient, but you may want to allow yourself an extra foot for safe measure, it's better to cut off 9 inches than to be short 2 inches. Good luck!
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