- Aug 14, 2016
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- Clayton California
Here's a picture of my boat before I put the flooring down. The front deck is welded up along the sides and the side panels are welded in the console area. The rear boxes are welded in place so no edge on them. The floor in the console area is riveted down, but I would have had to remove all the rivets/console to wrap the flooring around the floor. A lot of the 14-17' mod-v jon boats are like this so it's tough to do the vinyl flooring cleanly. Like mentioned, you would need flat aluminum riveted down and angle aluminum to help hold it. My curling up unglued flooring is still better than walking on hot aluminum though!
Yup, your situation won't allow the wrapping the edge. Too bad the vinyl is puckering up. Again, a line of rivets to hold the floor cover in place just isn't appealing to me. If there is another solution, I can't think what it might be.