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    Default Replace rug on 2001 Mobius?

    Hello! Im new to boating and just acquired this boat. I need a new rug and need a bimini top. Can you share some intel on those?

    thanks!!

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    Whatever your plans are it will be custom - either DIY or find a shop that will do it for you. They quit making any off the shelf items for these hulls years ago. Carpet you could DIY if you're motivated - definitely a shop for the bimini though.
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    You may want to think about NOT doing carpet. All manufactures have gone away from carpet these days. I just replaced my carpet with something similar to Deckadence Marine Flooring. I bought it through Jim's Marine Flooring. It is great.

    http://www.jimsmarineflooring.com/de...rine-flooring/
    Scott
    2007 Mobius LSV with a lot of great upgrades and mods

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    You can still get carpet in most every boat, it's just a lot of people don't because it's not trendy right now.
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    Thanks for the help!!

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    Who makes a bimini that will fit 2001 wake towere like this? I would like it to be above the tower. Or at least level with it Seem like when its below, its head hitting time. Thanks! Damian

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    I have a 2007 LSV and replaced the carpet with a Seadek knock-off and it works great. It is a process to make get the new flooring in, but well worth the time. I believe there some old threads on this site about replacing the carpet. Basicallly rip the old carpet out, place the new covering down with contact cement. What ever you do, don't put new carpet down, putting down an new Seadek type of flooring will look so much better.

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