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Old 05-14-2014, 05:25 PM
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Carpet Replacement

Greetings all. I'm a proud new Mastercraft owner and this is my first post.

I have been a Nautique owner for more than a decade but finally decided to switch teams. I bought a "New" 2013 X-30 (it was my dealers demo boat last year) and had the Gen2 installed. The weather is finally getting good and I'm excited to get her out and have some fun. When I was at the dealership I noticed the 2014's had a new carpet (it's not really carpet) and I asked about getting them to sell me the same for my boat as the floor plan is exactly the same. They quoted me $2700 so obviously I didn't jump at it. Have any of you seen this stuff? Do any of you have it? It is a synthetic sponge-like material that looks great (it has the MC logo screened onto it). Looks like it would be easy to clean by just power washing off and is pretty comfortable under foot. I'm curious what it is called as my search attempts have turned up nothing. If you have it, what are the pro's and con's? For $2700 I feel like it would be worth the effort to track it down from the manufacturer and cut it out myself.

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Old 05-14-2014, 05:30 PM
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Deckadence I'll bet. With shipping about $800. Not cheap....
Make a pattern and send to them and wah-law

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Old 05-14-2014, 05:37 PM
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Seadek also has a very similar product
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Old 05-15-2014, 02:16 PM
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Thanks for the replies.

Yup! It's the DECKadence. The manufacturers website claims it is only sold through the dealerships... so now on to trying to find it from someone who wants to be reasonable.
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Old 05-15-2014, 02:24 PM
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Old 05-15-2014, 03:23 PM
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I made my own. 3m make a similar product, cost 150 dollars a square meter. Simply cut it out and put it down
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Old 05-15-2014, 06:37 PM
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Thanks for the replies.

Yup! It's the DECKadence. The manufacturers website claims it is only sold through the dealerships... so now on to trying to find it from someone who wants to be reasonable.
steveh@hendersonmat.ca

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Cell 778-855-7843. Office 778-800-9928. Toll free 1 866-224-7794 Ext 1

Steve was very helpful. He is in Vancouver. Canada. Mine (about $800 US w/shipping) just arrived and in the dining room now. Lays out FAST. It is thicker than carpet and has a nice subtle spongy feel. I picked beige color. You can pay more and get nice features (mc logo, trim ...all molded in). One piece product and you simply lay it into your boat, hoping your pattern was spot on ;-) I'm still a week away using it. Pulling exhaust manifolds today to re-torque head bolts after replacing a bad valve. She sounds soooo nice now without that skip.
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:41 PM
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Where in the west are you?
I'm in Salt lake City
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:46 PM
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steveh@hendersonmat.ca

Stephen Henderson
Henderson Floor/DECKadence Marine Flooring

Cell 778-855-7843. Office 778-800-9928. Toll free 1 866-224-7794 Ext 1

Steve was very helpful. He is in Vancouver. Canada. Mine (about $800 US w/shipping) just arrived and in the dining room now. Lays out FAST. It is thicker than carpet and has a nice subtle spongy feel. I picked beige color. You can pay more and get nice features (mc logo, trim ...all molded in). One piece product and you simply lay it into your boat, hoping your pattern was spot on ;-) I'm still a week away using it. Pulling exhaust manifolds today to re-torque head bolts after replacing a bad valve. She sounds soooo nice now without that skip.
I'll give Stephen a call. I would love the MC logo done large and on a slant in the main area. Thanks for the info!
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Old 05-16-2014, 07:47 PM
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DECKadence is the way to go. It's super water permeable, so washing it out is quick and drying is fast (no more stink). It doesn't get hot and is soft on feet bottoms. I put it in last year when I bought my '09 X Star- grey with black Mastercraft shield logo, replacing 4 year old snap in carpet.
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