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Old 11 August 2013, 13:52   #1
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airfloor-hardfloor ?

i have an excel 365 with an airfloor i was wanting to make it an hard floor

i was going to make it out of 18mm or 22mm ply ,do you think i need to add a join in it to help prevent a breakage by allowing some flex ?.

the airfloor is a lot thicker too ???

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Old 15 August 2013, 03:27   #2
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Will you need to fit the floor when inflating the boat? In which case would you be able to get a one piece floor in? I am not sure l could fit the wood floor to my Zodiac if it was in one piece.

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Old 15 August 2013, 19:14   #3
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Check with Excel distributor if they have a wooden or alum pannel floor kit for that size, If not, probably could be factory ordered.

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