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    just kicking around the idea.. who would you trust and what kind of cost is involved on turning a closed bow into an open bow setup.. next winter i plan on repainting and new interior so i figured that would be the best time to do it.. just don't know if it would be worth it. it's a specta 21'.


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    Sounds like a lot of work! Might be cheaper to buy an open bow, but I don't know, maybe not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawaiianJet View Post
    Sounds like a lot of work! Might be cheaper to buy an open bow, but I don't know, maybe not.
    same thought here.. figured i would ask if anybody had done it yet..

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    I'd like to do that with a Rogers 21'. Maybe someday...

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    I always loved those style hulls. is there much room up under the deck? or just enough for "her things"?
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    just buy my eliminator..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by little squirt View Post
    I always loved those style hulls. is there much room up under the deck? or just enough for "her things"?
    plenty of room.. i can stuff an easy-up, my ice chest and some chairs with room to spare.. that's why we thought of the open bow.. but i don't know how pricey that would be..

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    get a jig saw and go to town

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    get a jig saw and go to town

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    BB,
    I was at Martinez Upholstery in Corona last year getting some seat bottoms recovered. They were opening up a hull similar to yours. It looked like they were doing a nice job but I didn't see the finished project. They had some nice looking new boats that they were doing as well.
    I asked him what they charged and he said it was 2K-2.5k depending on a lot variables.
    They seemed reasonable fair priced, and quick for what I was having done.
    Ask for Eddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser 509 View Post
    BB,
    I was at Martinez Upholstery in Corona last year getting some seat bottoms recovered. They were opening up a hull similar to yours. It looked like they were doing a nice job but I didn't see the finished project. They had some nice looking new boats that they were doing as well.
    I asked him what they charged and he said it was 2K-2.5k depending on a lot variables.
    They seemed reasonable fair priced, and quick for what I was having done.
    Ask for Eddy.
    you wouldn't by chance have a number would you

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoobyBouncer View Post
    you wouldn't by chance have a number would you

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    well i googled it and only found this

    Martinez Upholstery
    220 W Warner Ave
    Santa Ana, CA 92707
    714-556-6131


    think thats the same one??

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