Originally Posted by bturner2
Are the snaps in the carpet? You would think that this would be a real easy thing to do but I spent a lot time getting mine installed. Even bough the expensive special tool. This was my second set of carpet so I had the snaps in the floor and had to match the one in the carpet to the ones in the floor.
You'll need to drill a pilot hole and even then I would consider using a counter sink to bevel the top of the hole so you don't end up chipping the gel coat when you run the screw into the floor.
The snaps are in the carpet, but not in the floor. It should be a simple job to go around with a sharpie and mark out where all the snaps go and then drill the pilot holes.