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Thanks for the info.
* inflatable floor folks, I was working at west marine when they first came out. There were many problems with the floor leaking and the difficulty to repair such an unusual floor.
Have you have any issues with the floor?
If you developed a floor leak was the repair successful?
When you roll up the dinghy, you roll up the floor and all? Or do remove the floor?

never considered the air floor, you guys got me curious.

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Air Floor

My hi-pressure air floor was airtight for about 7 yrs.The valve leaked and was replaced twice.After 8 yrs the flloor needs to be reinflated approx every two days.I'm thinking about trying some inflateable leak stopper but every other day isnt too bad.
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air floor

My floor is tight after a couple years, never really add air over a week or so. Mine is WM too, but I think it is made by zodiac. The floor is removable for cleaning but I store it with floor in. It's a pretty heavy duty floor for its light weight.

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