HydraSports 2250 – DIY SeaDek – Part 2

Yesterday we shared a forum posting from Jared on The Hull Truth (www.thehulltruth.com), on how to make a DIY kit for your boat using SeaDek Sheet Material (www.seadek.com/blog/hydrasports-2250-diy-seadek-part-1). Here’s Jared’s day two posting of his DIY SeaDek project:

Time to put the pieces of SeaDek down that I had cut the previous night. First we made sure to clean the surface using acetone so the material would stick 100%:

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Was not fun trying to line them up perfectly but it doesn’t look bad:

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Decided that we needed a piece down lower so started making the template process again:

Step13

More templates being made:

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I’m very happy how the front has turned out, still working on the rear and will post tomorrow:

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Nice job Jared! Stay tuned for Part 3 with pictures of the finished product!

Original posts on The Hull Truth:
www.thehulltruth.com/boating-forum/662305-diy-seadek-hydrasport-2250-a.html
www.thehulltruth.com/7717222-post11.html

SeaDek Sheet Material comes in a variety of colors and sizes. To order sheet material for your next DIY project, visit: www.seadek.com/c-5-sheet-material.aspx.

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