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@njmr2fan I paid a little bit extra and got the ski locker as one piece. I don't remember about the swim deck, I do know that I got a few of the pieces combined. Will said it has to do with getting the most pieces out of a sheet of material and that is why the slight up-charge to get them combined. I am still waiting for my boat to come out of storage (two more weeks) and then some warm weather (hopefully not too warm before I strip the old stuff off) to do the install. If I remember I will post pics of the combined pieces once they are installed.Finally got the right weather and time away from other projects to install my Seadek (cant figure out yet how to remove the seat).
Wife loves it, says it made the boat look way more classy, expensive looking. I cant argue. DOg likes it, i guess she feels more secure on in. Kids said "Dad, thats cool!" Again, I cant argue.
I'm not sure why I thought the swim deck and ski locker were going to be 1 piece (They're actually 2) I would have preferred 1 solid piece on each of the swim deck platforms and the ski locker, but hey, maybe by the time we're replacing it they'll have an upgraded design.
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Its not that bad, I made a mistake as well that I only realized after everything was stomped down and ready to admire. LOL No worries!View attachment 34171 View attachment 34172 I finished my install this week as well.
I messed up the alignment on one little piece that I'll probably wind up reordering so I can fix it. I'll probably be the only one that notices it unless I point it out...but it'll bother me every time I see it:-/
I squeezed some in the hole, smoothed it with a piece of the package the 5200 came in that was within reach, and moved on.Do you guys sand it after, or just fill in the hole flush, and cover it up with the SeaDek?