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Old 03-26-2018, 10:26 PM   #1
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New carpet and helm chair

Well, after allot of blood sweat and some psudo tears the new carpet and the new helm chair are in.
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Old 03-26-2018, 11:08 PM   #2
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Did you add a centerline engine room hatch?
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Old 03-26-2018, 11:14 PM   #3
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That’s a real change! Helm chair looks more supportive than the original. Did you choose to bind the carpet edges at the hatch areas?
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Old 03-26-2018, 11:16 PM   #4
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BTW is the carpet color dark gray or blue? We always go with dark gray due to our black lab...
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Old 03-26-2018, 11:25 PM   #5
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Kinda looks like a forest green on my phone, good contrast to the beige/cream upholstery.
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I couldn’t tell, on my tablet it looked dark gray or dark navy blue.
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Thanks Guys!

The carpet is a dark forest green.

Yes, we already had a centerline hatch. That is probably the most
important modification you can do to a 4788 Bayliner

I stapled down thew carpet at the hatches. They were already sized to have the carpet fold down over the edges.

I am TOO happy with the color and the new carpet. The dark green goes great with the beige upholstery and the teak.

The helm seat is a huge upgrade! Very comfey!!!
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Yes, it does look nice.
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Nice, congrats. The helm chair looks substantial!
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Turned out great! Love that helm chair.
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Now that's a job well done! Look's great. Man I like the chairs.
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Looks great! Nice and comfy. Looks like you’re getting ready to throw a couple shrimp pots over in a few weeks.
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Hey Kevin,

Who makes your new chair? Did you also replace the pedestal? I just replaced my flybridge helm chairs and pedestals. Todd chairs and Springfield pedestals.

New carpet almost feels like a new boat huh!!!! Looks good buddy...
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Hey Kevin,

Who makes your new chair? Did you also replace the pedestal? I just replaced my flybridge helm chairs and pedestals. Todd chairs and Springfield pedestals.

New carpet almost feels like a new boat huh!!!! Looks good buddy...
I love the look and feel of new carpet. Yes it makes it seem like a whole new boat!

The chair is by Lebroc, and the pedestal is springfield. I went with the adjustabe base, and 4” tube, and baseplate.

This is screwed and 5200’d to the deck to avoid issues in a rough sea.
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Great looking carpet and chair. Mods like that always make a boat look like a newby. Nicely done, Kevin.
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Wow! Both mods look amazing. Well done!

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