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Supra Boat Non-Skid Deck Mat 117011 | SR Dark Gray (Set of 9)

Boat part number 7600387 is a new 9-piece non-skid deck mat kit for Supra SR series boats, part number 117011 .
made for Supra Boats
$449.95 MSRP: $589.43
GLS Stock #: 7600387-5Y196
Only 7 left
Boat part number 7600387 is a new 9-piece non-skid deck mat kit for Supra SR series boats, part number 117011 .

These deck mats are constructed from dark gray foam rubber with black accents and adhesive backing.

Kit includes the following sized mats (all measurements approximate):
  • (1) 59 3/4" L x 4 1/2" W
  • (1) 47 3/4" L x 32 1/4" W
  • (1) 59 3/4" L x 1 3/4" W
  • (1) 58" L x 15" W
  • (1) 30 1/4" L x 15 1/2" W
  • (1) 8 5/8" Dia.
  • (1) 6 3/8" Dia.
  • (1) 27 1/2" L x 37 1/4" W
  • (1) 30" L x 12 1/2" W
See photos for additional measurements.

Tag reads: Nonskid Kit, Floor, SJ (SR) Supra, Dark Grey, 23921-80033

Note: Please check with your local boat brand dealer for boat / brand / model / year cross-referencing compatibilities.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Supra
  • Series: SR
  • Model/Year: Unavailable
  • Part Number: 117011
  • Part Manufacturer: SeaDek
  • Part Number: 23921-80033
  • Material: Foam Rubber
  • Color: Dark Gray / Black
  • Mounts: Adhesive

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Product Questions

Which is correct set of mats for 2017 sr400
Question by: Brandon on Feb 23, 2021, 5:50 PM
Hello Brandon,

Unfortunately we don't currently have any pre-cut specific to your SR400, and they aren't something we can source or order. If a dealer can't supply them, you might consider just getting non-skid flooring off the roll and having an area upholsterer make them up for you.

If you do go that route, we have a very good selection of flooring at great prices at this link:

Link: https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/upholstery-tops-flooring/boat-carpet-flooring-materials/flooring?product_list_dir=asc

Sorry we could not help more.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Feb 25, 2021, 8:29 AM