We install our boat rub rail with rivets and cleaning it up. The rub rail on our boat was very weathered and hanging in some places where it had pulled loose. After getting the rust screws out that were used to fix the Boat bummer trim in places, the installation went very well.
Here we are going to go over how we rivet the old boat rub rail back in place. The hardest part of this boat project was stretching the old rub rail back in place. Then we go over how we installed the rub rail cover once the rivets were all in.
Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider.
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