i am slowly redoing my 16' aluminum bass tracker. i have recently built a fiberglass center console that turned out pretty good. i need to replace the flooring and front and rear deck. i do not want to use any plywood and aluminum sheets ive found to be too expensive.
i have read a many post recommending not to use treated wood in aluminum boats because of a bad reaction causing it to ruin the aluminum. why? i just recently removed the wood from my 2005 bass tracker 175pro crappie (mfr date 2004). come to find out the wood i removed is in fact treated. i found
i have a 95 bass tracker pro17. i am in the process of replacing the floor in the front of the boat. i have removed the existing floor. the boat has aluminum supports which are in fine shape. i have a few questions that maybe i can get answered: 1. the floor measures 5 foot x 4-5 foot.
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i've taken a quick look at mine because i want to remove the gas tank and replace the carpet and change how the rear hatch opens. from what i have checked already all the rivet around the inside of the rear hatch will have to be drilled out.
replacing some wood and all the carpet in a tracker boat other topics doesn't someone here on the zone do boat carpet including experience with the tracker wood floors and decks etc.?? arizona bass fishing chat,
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