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Safe Floor Question #12625953
02/13/18 08:09 PM
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El Lobo Offline OP
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Just wondering how much weight adding a “SafeFloor” to my 17 foot 60 “wide WeldCraft flat bottom will add to the weight of the boat !

Re: Safe Floor Question [Re: El Lobo] #12626161
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It’s not much. I think my scooter was like eight pound.


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Re: Safe Floor Question [Re: El Lobo] #12627802
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it will add bout 12-14 oz per sqr ft..


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Re: Safe Floor Question [Re: El Lobo] #12630628
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Not a fan of it, most boat owners put it on a floor that already in need of a floor replacement, and when its time to replace the floor and there first question is "can you save the safe floor material" & my answer is "from the trash can, no sorry" the material has to be applied to a sound surface free of rot without any question, the material is not going to to stop or slow down a rotting floor from replacement.


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Well my floor is solid. I wouldn’t want anything different.


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Re: Safe Floor Question [Re: El Lobo] #12631420
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your boat floor wood or wood and fiberglass shouldve been replaced before the floorin was put down . we've replaced wood along with re-fiberglassin our floors if needed before safe floor goes down . if you have soft spots or rotted spots , we will not put our floorin on it .


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That was a pretty cheesy comment for a supposedly professional to make. I don’t think that you’d waste customers money by installing on something that needed attention.


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