Seat base Trim

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I found this on another thread and thought I would post here after I finished adding this to my bases ,I also added it to the console storage after cutting my hand on it . I used Trim-lok edging part # 1350B2-1/4 ,I used about 40 feet to do all the bases it took me all of a hour to complete the whole toon
 

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cwag911

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Nice job.
 

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Nice!
 

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Nice!!
 

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Well done.
 

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Looks good. I really should do this to our boat this summer.
 

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That looks really nice. Mine were sharp too. I sanded them down some and that seemed to work ok, but I've wanted to add that trim to my helm door. On the S the door is pretty basic and the fit isn't great.
 
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