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Interior lining
Hi folks... I'm looking to reline my RL28 zephyr. At present its got some kind of dayglow shagpile teddy bear fur which is a major embarrassment, but at least I wouldn't get hurt in a rollover. When I first saw it I thought it was a rent by the hour motel room! (No reflection on the boat of course)
Just how hard would it be to fit new lining myself?... I thought maybe just doing the roof could be easier and painting the "hard to get around bits"..... the last thing I want is it to look amateur but funds dictate I get my hands dirty. Any suggestions would be truely apprecaited.
Regards
Chris Andrew.
Chris Andrew17-May-2006    Edit    Delete 
Re: Interior lining
Chris,
I have a similar situation with my RL24 MkIII. I am about to replace mine with headliner from Bias Boating. Key seems to be keeping the old headliner together to act as a template for the new bits. Also going with the Bias contact cement and making sure everything is clean, dry and as smooth as possible (probably need to run sandpaper over it) before I install the new headliner. Will let you know how it goes (may be a month or so before it is finished).
Regards,
Alex
RL24-253
Alex7-Aug-2006    Edit    Delete 

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