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BrianM
07-01-2013, 03:13 PM
Thanks to another member here (mgs96ps) I decided to replace the non skid step pads on my trailer with Seadek. I did go the less expensive route and just ordered a long sheet 18x72" of a single color instead of having them custom cut the pads with the MC logo in a two tone. Total cost was about $80 custom would have been right at $175. I even have enough material left over to do the inner side of the fenders where my carpet is starting to peel off. got the steps done this weekend should have the inner fenders done in the next couple of days. photos to come.

02ProstarSammyD
07-01-2013, 04:21 PM
Didn't happen if there aren't pics. I went a similar route and did my platform, steps, the top of the tongue, and a few other places with hydroturf. Amazing how much nicer it is not step on hot crappy hard rubber everywhere.

nickespi
07-01-2013, 06:10 PM
So I went the Agenda Surf route. Ordered their universal 12 pc kit for $25. I know it's not as custom as your applications, but I didn't trust myself cutting my own pieces. Still looks 100x better than before. I also plastidipped the faded fenders. That stuff is grippy just by itself.

http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f396/nickespi/CE1E9CBC-DB2F-42CF-A676-1AEB3B56035D-14430-00001F4348BF3B79_zps7b89000a.jpg (http://s51.photobucket.com/user/nickespi/media/CE1E9CBC-DB2F-42CF-A676-1AEB3B56035D-14430-00001F4348BF3B79_zps7b89000a.jpg.html)
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Ben
07-01-2013, 06:54 PM
I just want a 2x8 or so strip to put on top of the gunnel as a step area to get in from dock w/o slipping. Any recommendations based on your experience? Sorry for thread jack, looks nice.

thatsmrmastercraft
07-01-2013, 07:31 PM
So I went the Agenda Surf route. Ordered their universal 12 pc kit for $25. I know it's not as custom as your applications, but I didn't trust myself cutting my own pieces. Still looks 100x better than before. I also plastidipped the faded fenders. That stuff is grippy just by itself.

http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f396/nickespi/CE1E9CBC-DB2F-42CF-A676-1AEB3B56035D-14430-00001F4348BF3B79_zps7b89000a.jpg (http://s51.photobucket.com/user/nickespi/media/CE1E9CBC-DB2F-42CF-A676-1AEB3B56035D-14430-00001F4348BF3B79_zps7b89000a.jpg.html)
http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f396/nickespi/B77072F0-4A7E-4930-BF01-E43219FD417E-14430-00001F435246128B_zpsfd68c2b4.jpg (http://s51.photobucket.com/user/nickespi/media/B77072F0-4A7E-4930-BF01-E43219FD417E-14430-00001F435246128B_zpsfd68c2b4.jpg.html)
http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f396/nickespi/39C18189-29BC-4930-A112-3FC507476D46-14430-00001F435AAF4B64_zps72c1efc9.jpg (http://s51.photobucket.com/user/nickespi/media/39C18189-29BC-4930-A112-3FC507476D46-14430-00001F435AAF4B64_zps72c1efc9.jpg.html)
http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f396/nickespi/535C3B0F-4C89-48D6-B93D-8BAD48750DB8-14430-00001F436282BB9A_zps3bb95c62.jpg (http://s51.photobucket.com/user/nickespi/media/535C3B0F-4C89-48D6-B93D-8BAD48750DB8-14430-00001F436282BB9A_zps3bb95c62.jpg.html)
http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f396/nickespi/A6B6BDF3-2FFF-4E75-99C5-AEF8E058295F-14430-00001F436D8D7ED3_zps4edf9bd5.jpg (http://s51.photobucket.com/user/nickespi/media/A6B6BDF3-2FFF-4E75-99C5-AEF8E058295F-14430-00001F436D8D7ED3_zps4edf9bd5.jpg.html)

Looks great!

gweaver
07-01-2013, 11:29 PM
Hmmm...I just checked out the Agenda Surf site and couldn't find the pad sets you ordered, at least not for that price. Found a couple of sets for $25, but they were just 4 rectangular pads. Where on the site did you find your sets?
Thanks,
G

Traxx822
07-02-2013, 08:35 AM
Hmmm...I just checked out the Agenda Surf site and couldn't find the pad sets you ordered, at least not for that price. Found a couple of sets for $25, but they were just 4 rectangular pads. Where on the site did you find your sets?
Thanks,
G

The 4 rectangle pads were only $19.99 just couple weeks ago. It appears they are adding color choices and raising the prices just a bit. Once they update the site it will be back up there.

Call them at 208-991-4770 and they can hook you up i'm sure of it.

Traxx822
07-02-2013, 08:37 AM
So I went the Agenda Surf route. Ordered their universal 12 pc kit for $25. I know it's not as custom as your applications, but I didn't trust myself cutting my own pieces. Still looks 100x better than before. I also plastidipped the faded fenders. That stuff is grippy just by itself.


Looks nice Nick.

I noticed the white gets a bit dirty but some clorox bleach cleaner makes them like new again.

BrianM
07-02-2013, 09:06 AM
I just want a 2x8 or so strip to put on top of the gunnel as a step area to get in from dock w/o slipping. Any recommendations based on your experience? Sorry for thread jack, looks nice.
Seadeck has a 4 piece 3.5x12 step kit. http://www.seadek.com/c-5-sheet-material.aspx