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    Anyone have a reccomendation where to get my trailer bunks recarpeted? I would like a place that has a lift, so I don't have to put the boat in the water and drive the trailer to the shop and back.

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    It's just my opinion, I could be wrong but I doubt it.

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    For what a shop will charge, you could make all new bunks,go to the lake,launch the boat and install them.I have never seen a shop make bunks that last as well as the ones you could make for less money.
    They use pressurized wood at best not resinned ,cheap bunk carpet that last a couple years at best.
    The rubber backed outdoor carpet at Home Depot is 100% better at $10.
    I have rebunked many trailers and never had to redo one.
    Use thinned resin,glue the carpet,and use stainless steel bolts and staples.
    Pm me I would be happy to walk you through it.

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    I agree with "OLD MAN" y9ou can do them cheaper. I did mine last summer. Went to saguaro lake launch the boat and re did my bunks.

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    If you don't want to tackle it, and it's really not that hard as was pointed out, give Hale's Marine a shout. Up off of I-17 and Deer Valley. They've got lifts and can get it knocked out for you and do a great job.

    http://www.halesmarineservices.com/

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    Thanks for the responce. I will go ahead and give it shot.
    It's just my opinion, I could be wrong but I doubt it.

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    Might try DocJet, at Dry Doc Marine (T-bird and 101 freeway in Peoria). This is the time of year to get your stuff done.
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