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Old 10-31-2014, 09:27 PM
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Default 2001 lund 18'6" Alaskan ssv floor replacement

I have a question involving the floor/deck replacement on my boat. The floor itself is no problem. Remove, use old floor as template, re pop rivet new floor in using large flange pop rivets like the factory. The question is......the live well and storage boxes sit across the boat mid ships and is riveted to the hull above the water line. Would pop rivets be acceptable to replace the existing rivets on reinstall??? The existing rivets are more a traditional solid rivet
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Are you the original owner of this boat?
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Are you the original owner of this boat?
No, 3rd owner i think
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No, 3rd owner i think
OK... it would be warranty covered if you were the original owner.

There are closed end "pop" rivets that probably could be used in some of the locations where you are talking about. I wouldn't use them anywhere, where you can buck a standard type rivet, however.

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