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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:27 am 
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Can you buy the same floor mat material in sheets that Hobie uses on the deck of PAs?

I am familiar with the SeaDek material that has been discussed here. I am looking for the same material that Hobie uses to cover a couple of areas that I generate a lot of noise with.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 9:21 am 
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Hobie doesn't sell it in sheets, but this is pretty widely used on SUP, Jet Skis etc.

http://www.hydroturf.com/

http://hydroturf.com/products.php?cat=Sheets%20of%20Hydro-Turf

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 10:51 am 
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As always, thanks for the quick response Matt!

Sorry for another clarifying question, is it the SUP or the PWC?

I want to match exactly what's on there. I called Hydro Turf this morning after your post and learned the SUP is a bit thicker, softer, and more of a brushed surface of the two. The gent at the supplier that I spoke with knew Hobie was a big customer but said he wasn't sure what you typically order.

Heads up to others, be sure to let Hydro Turf know you are using it on a boat made of plastic when you order it. They provide it with a different adhesive than the norm.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:18 pm 
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We order by die cut part number that doesn't tell me which material, but...

40 x 62 Sheets - PWC & Boating Looks right... Groove cut

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:49 am 
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Sea Dek makes a full package for PA 12 and 14. Check out Red Fish Chucks boat pictures.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:13 pm 
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Stevemcnerney wrote:
Sea Dek makes a full package for PA 12 and 14. Check out Red Fish Chucks boat pictures.


SeaDek hasn't officially released any kit for the PA14 yet (at least not online). Just the PA12 kit which is missing one underseat pad and no rear cargo area.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:13 am 
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Stevemcnerney wrote:
Sea Dek makes a full package for PA 12 and 14. Check out Red Fish Chucks boat pictures.

Thanks Steve. Yes I have seen the posts ref. Sea Dek.

I am looking to add a few small pieces on the sides of the seat and that is it. I have owned four PAs in the past and currently own two. They get used big time and get really dirty, slimed, and grungy since I fish very often. I find the material that comes on them to be quite durable, not slick with fish slime is on it, and I have found it easy enough to maintain it. So just looking to replicate it and this approach is much more attractive from a cost perspective.

Thanks again to Matt for helping me locate the supplier and the spec.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:37 am 
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Alphonse wrote:
Stevemcnerney wrote:
Sea Dek makes a full package for PA 12 and 14. Check out Red Fish Chucks boat pictures.

Thanks Steve. Yes I have seen the posts ref. Sea Dek.

I am looking to add a few small pieces on the sides of the seat and that is it. I have owned four PAs in the past and currently own two. They get used big time and get really dirty, slimed, and grungy since I fish very often. I find the material that comes on them to be quite durable, not slick with fish slime is on it, and I have found it easy enough to maintain it. So just looking to replicate it and this approach is much more attractive from a cost perspective.

Thanks again to Matt for helping me locate the supplier and the spec.


I looked at that supplier link that Matt provided. They do have a nice variety of material and I'm sure all of it is very durable. If you end of getting some of it, post some shots of the new material installed. I'm hoping to fish both days this weekend. Once I retire in a few years, I figure I'll live in the PA...lol. Have a great weekend!

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2013 8:19 am 
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Alphonse wrote:
Stevemcnerney wrote:
Sea Dek makes a full package for PA 12 and 14. Check out Red Fish Chucks boat pictures.

Thanks Steve. Yes I have seen the posts ref. Sea Dek.

I am looking to add a few small pieces on the sides of the seat and that is it. I have owned four PAs in the past and currently own two. They get used big time and get really dirty, slimed, and grungy since I fish very often. I find the material that comes on them to be quite durable, not slick with fish slime is on it, and I have found it easy enough to maintain it. So just looking to replicate it and this approach is much more attractive from a cost perspective.

Thanks again to Matt for helping me locate the supplier and the spec.


I looked at that supplier link that Matt provided. They do have a nice variety of material and I'm sure all of it is very durable. If you end of getting some of it, post some shots of the new material installed. I'm hoping to fish both days this weekend. Once I retire in a few years, I figure I'll live in the PA...lol. Have a great weekend!



Okay will try
This is a good forum but I have found it too time consuming and unfriendly to post photos here.

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