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Raimie

Got my first mod done on my new T22. I wanted to line the fiberglass in the storage areas so stuff doesn't slide around. Also, I went with blue floor and it shows scuffs really easy, so this should help with that.

Its not as perfect as I would have liked it, but its also in a storage area, so I rushed it a little. Here are some pics. I like the product a lot. Bought it here if you are interested: http://www.wakejunky.com/

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Next up... my heater install!

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NorrisMike

Looks functional. What part of Harsens are you on? Our family had a cottage next to Riverside marina and we spent a LOT of time there. We use to ski in little Muscamoot early in the morning and we setup a slalom course down the Bassett channel with permission from the Walpole Indians. Good times!

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Raimie

Looks functional. What part of Harsens are you on? Our family had a cottage next to Riverside marina and we spent a LOT of time there. We use to ski in little Muscamoot early in the morning and we setup a slalom course down the Bassett channel with permission from the Walpole Indians. Good times!

Middle channel. Between the party store and Browns.

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Bill_AirJunky

Its not as perfect as I would have liked it, but its also in a storage area, so I rushed it a little. Here are some pics. I like the product a lot. Bought it here if you are interested: http://www.wakejunky.com/

Be careful. Supplies are limited. And he just might steal your ideas too.

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AJWest

Good idea but pricey when there's cabinet liners out there for less than $10

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Raimie

Good idea but pricey when there's cabinet liners out there for less than $10

I wanted something that wasn't going to peel up when it gets wet. I also like this because you can clean it by scrubbing it with a brush. For what I just spent on my boat, $100 for the liner was a drop in the bucket.

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D-GOOSE

Good idea but pricey when there's cabinet liners out there for less than $10

This grip is good stuff and will last. Soft on the feet, hold things in place and is made for water applications. For me this is a more industrial use compared with cabinet liner.

Like Raimie mentioned, $100 is nothing compared to the price of the boat.

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D-GOOSE

Be careful. Supplies are limited. And he just might steal your ideas too.

I would be more worried about the supplier :Tease3:;)

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