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We have a 2001 Response and would like to completely eliminate the carpet, at least on the floor itself. It is such a hassle to keep dry and clean. I have seen ppl do this with pontoons. Could anyone give me advice on this...I searched the forums and saw something about Gatorstep. I would like to find out what has worked for folks and what to expect in terms of cost. Thank you.
We just took our 2001 Response to the car wash and power washed the carpet with soap. It wouldn’t rinse out all the way but eventually dried (left out in sun on 90 degree day) and wow, it’s like new carpet. It’s shocking how dirty it was, there is a definite line on the wall above the storage nets that shows where I did NOT wash. I haaaaate the carpet.
@tjards would be the guy to ask.
Aerator. It was plumbed with them new (MLS) so I just kept it that way- just swapped them all out for Tsunami 1200s. One to fill and one to drain on each sac. Makes it cheap and ez to replace if one goes out but those Tsunami 1200s have been pretty much bullet proof.Edited by Brad B
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