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Old 06 October 2018, 14:18   #1
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Fake Teak Decking

Hi all

I am considering replacing the decking surface on my Ribtec 535 rebuild with fake teak decking.

The deck is now clear of consule and seat box etc., all of which stick and screw down, so nice easy clean deck to recover.

Does anyone have any suggestions on who to use, I am happy with diy fit if the distance/£££ is too much.

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Old 06 October 2018, 15:18   #2
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I used to have a bowrider that I quoted for to get Ďseadekí fitted throughout. Was about £600. That involved me taking the boat to them to be templated and them fitting. But you can template it yourself and fit yourself if wanted to save £££. Iím just finishing a quick refurb of my rib and bought some similar stuff off eBay (£35) definitely not as nice quality but still nice. I reckon itíll still hold up well. Click image for larger version

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Old 06 October 2018, 15:30   #3
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Thanks, is the the sticky backed foam stuff?
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Thanks, is the the sticky backed foam stuff?


Yeah the stuff I fitted was.

Seadeks basically the same just better. They came out the cheapest when I shopped about previously
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We used TekDek on a previous boat - a Bayliner sports cruiser. It was brilliant; and so much easier to clean than real teak.
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Check out About SeaDeck Marine Products - Swim Platform Pads they can later cut to any measurement you give them, they also have many different finishes.
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