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Old 09 October 2008, 16:47   #1
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different floors for zodiac futura mk2c

hello, I have a couple of questions and dont know where I can find out the answers. I have a 1998 zodiac futura MK2c fastroller with the air floor. I believe it is a concept model. I love the air floor but always kept my eyes open for the hard floors. I have found a 1998 zodiac futura mk2c with an aluminum floor and the bench seats and console. I was wondering if they would fit my boat? Are the floors interchangable for these boats. The hard floor boat says mk2cs on the model #. any help would be great.

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Old 10 October 2008, 07:02   #2
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Have a look at the "Technical Data" tab on this Zodiac web page - they list the "Fast Roller" (FR) and Hard Deck (HD) dimensions, weights etc. My understanding was that the hulls were the same and the differences were down to the floor fitted - but I would check with your local Zodiac dealer if you want to make sure !
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