Originally Posted by Dynamite Spike
I'm planning on having all the upholstery on my 1996 Prostar 205 redone at the end of the season. I'd like to have Viper do the work but don't plan on towing the boat 6 hours to Tennessee. Therefore I would remove all the seating, pads, engine cover etc. myself and have the parts shipped to Viper. My question is, has anyone done this? What size box would I need and where would I get one?
I'll tell you what I was told by Karl the Viper upholstery man. I too offered up to drive my interior components to Maryville (about 3/4 hour away). He said he'd rather have the boat to see how the seats etc fit and if they need tweaking when installed.
Jackson also told me had had several people send their stuff and he made no qualms about it.
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Originally Posted by Thrall
..Some of you give a whole new meaning to the phrase "another @sshole with a Mastercraft."
RE: Thrall, Welcome to the club....
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