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Old 11 July 2011, 11:06   #1
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Honwave ali floor - tips on fitting the bow board

Hi there
Any top tips on fitting the last bow floor section of a Honwave 3.5M?
Working from the transom end of the boat. the side runners and ali boards fit together pretty easily.
The last bow board is a real bugger to get the tongue and groove located - any simple suggestions please.
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Old 11 July 2011, 13:09   #2
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Hi there
Any top tips on fitting the last bow floor section of a Honwave 3.5M?
Working from the transom end of the boat. the side runners and ali boards fit together pretty easily.
The last bow board is a real bugger to get the tongue and groove located - any simple suggestions please.
I recently bought a 4.0m honwave ali floor too.. There a pain in the backside to put together! So im now looking for a trailer so i dont have to infalte, deflate, pack, repack unpack.. But regarding the bow piece, that should be the first piece of flooring you put in, so should go in pretty easily. The hardest part i found was fitting the side runners in place as they are really tight down near the transom onces all the floors in it, but maybe i just need some practice
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this is the way
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wow that video makes it look well easy lol... Special effects no doubt
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supose its all in semi inflate and lift the two boards up then lower at same time
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lol... no special effects.. thats how timo does it too,, it really is that easy matey.
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yeah after time found it easy aslo its all about lifting the boards and they falltogether dont try to force them down lift slot drop every time
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