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Old 06-23-2015   #1
 
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Maravia Floor

I bought a 90's maravia a few months ago and just decided to re-lace the floor. It was laced with what appears to be scrap webbing, about an inch width. Can anyone tell me what Maravia uses to lace their floors? I thought about just buying some more webbing, but have seen other boats (not Maravia) that used rope instead. Thanks!

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Old 06-23-2015   #2
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Maravia uses a tubular webbing. On mine when they used what appears to be 1/2 inch. Make sure to ask for the heavy duty if you are running low water and grinding rocks and such. It will last three times as long.
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