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Other options than GatorStep or SeaDeck for Bow & Gunnels


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Hi all - I’m interested installing nonslip evo to the bow and gunnels on my 2012 vRide. I have a email into GatorStep however wondering if there are any other options out there? I see a few on eBay:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sharpline-Boat-Deck-Track-151956-01-Malibu-Non-Skid-Set-of-7/402103487684?hash=item5d9f3c4cc4:g:4gAAAOSwbjpeTBma

However not my model (which is difficult to find anywhere) 

Any ideas to share? I saw the thread on buying and cutting the pad from Amazon but not sure if I want to go in that direction. 
 

Cheers! 

 

 

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Thanks - Any other options that are pre-cut? It’s the same hull as the 2005-2008 VLX however I can’t find anything for that either only the later models. 

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The eBay link is different than what riot posted or the GatorStep or SeaDek. I did SeaDek when I first got my boat as GatorStep was not around then.  I bought a sheet of SeaDek and cut my own pieces to cover all the top portions of the hull where ever someone might step.  It held up extremely well.  I replaced that with GatorStep a couple years ago when there was a group buy.  The precut pieces in two colors with routed edges was a huge step up from what I cut but the quality seems similar.  Seems like there is a group buy at least once a year where you can get a good discount.  I did see the non-slip in the eBay link at a boat show one year and it was like sand paper and kind of looked cheap to me.  If I were buying a new boat I would go with the GatorStep without hesitation.  It is the price of a couple of tanks of fuel but will make entering and exiting the boat when wet much safer and also looks great to me.

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