Has anyone ever used the fiber fused engineered deck wood?
I didn't "replace" mine. But one day I had my buddy backing in my trailer and I was cruising in towards it and noticed a bunk board floating away! Lol. I had to fish it out and ratchet strap it in place. When I got home, I jacked the boat up off the trailer and simply flipped them front to back and used new boots to reattach them all. The wood wasn't rotted, but it allowed the cheap lag bolts to rust inside the wood since it held so much moisture.
My plan and thoughts were that if I used the engineered "wood", it would last longer. Then I'd drill and counter sink the bolts into the board. I'd use stainless bolts with stainless lock nuts and washers. I'd cover the boards with a different waterproof carpet.
RIP little Nitro