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Old 04-12-2011, 22:32   #1
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pirate Islander 36 Cabin Sole and Headliner

Has anyone here had any experience replacing the cabin sole or headliner on a mid 80s islander 36
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Old 05-12-2011, 02:59   #2
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Re: islander 36..cabin sole and headliner

I just replaced the head liner on my boat (not the same as yours) and was surprised how easy it was provided you manage to take off the old linings intact and use as a template. Not sure how yours are fixed, mine were just glued on. I had to remake a few of the timber trims, but after a bit of trial and error getting the stain right and matching, no probs.

Makes a huge difference in appearance
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Re: islander 36..cabin sole and headliner

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, squire1221.
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Re: Islander 36 Cabin Sole and Headliner

Have you looked at this website? Islander 36 Maintenance They have a very active orginization.
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