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Old 18 August 2015, 05:47   #1
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Helps please

Can anyone please help I need handbook for b.square pro share 2.9 marina. How to put the floor panels in I've tried to but it's to tiet thanks any pics please
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Old 18 August 2015, 10:02   #2
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Is it flat boards? If so, put a small amount of air in the tubes. Then put the bow floor in and the stern floor. Then put the middle bits in with the edge where they meet raised up like this


bow __/\___ stern (seen from the side)

Then lean down on the raised joint and the boards should snap into place.

Take care not to trap the tube.

Then put an oar or something else straight under one side to give you a level slightly raised surface. You can then hold the boards flat and slot in the stringer. Once the first stringer is in place, the one on the other side goes in easily.
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Thanks it's in grate job Mike
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