Best Bunk Board Carpet in 2020
CE Smith Trailer Roll Carpet, Black, 18" x 18'- Replacement Parts and Accessories for your Ski Boat, Fishing Boat or Sailboat Trailer
Fulton CR8012 Replacement Trailer Bunk Carpeting (12 x 144-Inch)
- Marine Grade trailer bunk carpet, black
- Protects your boat investment by reducing scratching on the hull
- 12" wide x 144" long
- Limited 5 Year Warranty
Tie Down Engineering 86137 Bunk Board Carpet - 11" x 12', Black
- Replace worn and frayed bunk carpet on your trailer
- Will not rot or mildew
- Each roll measures 11” x 12’
- Wraps fully around 2" x 4" bunks and on three sides of 2" x 6" bunks
- Color: Black
Boat Trailer 10" x13' Black Bunk Carpet 16 Plus+ ozs.
Boat Trailer Bunk Carpet (Black, 16oz 12" (in) Wide x 12' (ft) Long)
- High Quality Universal Bunk Carpet
- Heavy Duty Boat Bunk Carpeting - Not your regular 16oz or 12oz Bunk Carpeting will last longer.
- Ravel Resistant - Unlike other boat carpeting, this carpet will not unravel over time.
- Superior Rubber Backing - Allowing your boat deck to dry out faster helping prevent mold and mildew.
- Extremely Ply able and easy to cut.
(2) 7' Long Marine Carpet Black Bunk Boards - 2x4
- (2) Carpeted Black Bunk Boards
- Size: 1.5"x3.5"x84" (2x4x7)
- Fabric: UV Stabilized Polypropylene Nonwoven Fabric
- Wood: Pressure Treated 2x4
- Secured with 1/2" Stainless Steel Staples
Boat Trailer Bunk Carpet 12 inches x 18 feet 12 Plus+ Ounces Black UV Stabilized Low Water Retention Polypropylene
Boat Trailer Bunk Carpet Black 18" X44'
Charcoal Bunk Carpet - 24 inches wide - Marine Outdoor Runners (50 feet)
- 24" wide
- UV Stabilized for Outdoor Use
- Marine Backed for Superior Performance
Tie Down Engineering Black Standard 86164 Bunk Slicks-3" x 16", 10 Pieces
Atlanta's Apache Cafe : Coffeehouse Style; Red Carpet Vibes
The Apache Cafe, born of modest ground, has become a showcase for those NOT on stage.
The Apache Café has a long-standing reputation for being "The" spot to haunt if you're at all into the underground arts and music scene in Atlanta. The café is open (7) nights a week, and caters to many different types of artistic goings-on. As a matter of fact, the venue has increased in popularity ever since it was re-opened under the Apache name. In addition, the restaurant has received many local accolades, including BEST VENUE at Atlanta's 2003 and 2004 Undergrammy's. So what's the problem with one of Atlanta's hottest artistic venues? Absolutely nothing if you're coming to "See" rather than "Do". Like any other venue in Atlanta, there is the invisible red tape that comes along with being an independent musician/singer in Hotlanta's underground music scene. But for some reason Apache's facelift seems to have attracted every self-proclaimed "Neo-Souler" from every nook and cranny in Georgia.
If you're a newbie, coming to the Apache Café to perform at one of their Open Mics, you should be forewarned that showing up early won't guarantee you an early spot on the stage. These coveted positions are reserved for the underground scene's Elite: the hip-hoppers, spoken word zealots, and eclectic stage candy who are typically friends of friends of friends of the host and/or organizer of the event. Come to think of it, even those coming to "See" rather than "Do"-ironically, possess more theatrics than the performers on stage. You'll often find them, draped in [insert 'Hot Neo-Soul Outfit' here], propped and posed over various surfaces (even the mantel!)-paying more attention to who might be watching them, than the people on stage they paid money to see. Surely, this kind of "be seen" behavior is popular everywhere. But at Apache Café, the place where full-scale diversity is supposed to be embraced, it appears that unless you're down with the Neo-Soul movement (and what is that by the way?)-you're not considered eclectic enough to be considered eclectic. On certain nights, it can feel just as brutal as "Amateur Night at the Apollo." But remember, the Apollo it is not. While remaining a legend in Atlanta's underground scene, the Apache Café's aura of artificial modesty can be a bit offensive. This sentiment may seem a little unfair to those who truly frequent the café as an artistic release. And in the trendy venue's defense, out of its bowels have sprung some disgustingly talented individuals. The Apache Café is a beautifully urban joint with a solid menu, and an entertaining line-up of events. But as with all entertainment venues, you'll only have as good a time as you allow yourself.