20oz Bass Boat Carpet
Allow up to 48 hours before shipment, bass boat carpet is sold by the foot.
Replacement Bass Boat Carpet
- Enter the number of feet needed in quantity box (Every 1 quantity is 1 foot.) - 10 Foot Minimum
Premium 20oz bass boat carpet is our most popular and the on the majority of today's bass boats and fishing boats. This plush bass boat carpeting will provide all day comfort without matting down quickly and will wrap the majority of older bass boat's lids without needing to be trimmed down. Overall this is the best choice when replacing your bass boat carpet.
- Durable and comfortable, this bass boat carpet will last.
- Marine grade rubber backing is easy to work with.
- UV & mildew resistant synthetic carpet fibers.
- 6 year replacement warranty.
- Wraps tight lids and hatches easily.
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Somewhere in the directions or maybe video (sorry, I can't find it) was a comment that too much glue will soak through the carpet. Wrong. I started out using a medium-nap roller and the carpet did not stick to the plywood (maybe a metal surface would work just fine). So, I started using a trowel and leaving a nice "gloopy" amount on the carpet, and it worked beautifully. Sure there is some "squeeze-out" but so what as it cuts off easily. For the flat surface I used buckets of water for weight (48 hours), and C-clamps and boards for the overlapped backside. Perfect adhesion and not a bit of "soak through." Maybe the soaking comment was for metal, or maybe just a lawyer's insert....just in case. Anyhow, the job is beautiful...thank you.
them easier to open..other than that two thumbs up..!
carpet glue was a wise to work with,, thx bass boat.
One suggestion that I have is to turn the carpet to where the natural direction of the fibers lays toward the stern of your boat. Then cut all pieces of carpet making certain to keep the grain of carpet running to the rear. If it runs sideways or toward the front, the texture different will be visible. Just a simple tip and easy to avoid if you know to look out for the grain direction.